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Transcript of Titanium
The atomic number shows you how many protons and electrons in an element.
It shows how many total protons and neutrons are in an element.
GET READY TO GET MIND - BLOWN
Mind Being Blown
"Lighter, Stronger, Better, Titanium."
Titanium! The Titan God of Elements and one of the BEST elements on the periodic table. It was founded by William Gregor in 1791. Titanium is the ninth most abundant element in the earth's crust and makes up about 0.57%. It comes from minerals like ilmenite and rutile and it is a strong, light metal. It comes from the transition metal family.
Titanium is used as an alloy with many other metals like aluminum and they are used for joint implants, aerospace industry, and airframes & engines. It is sea water resistant so it can be used for propeller shafts, rigging, and other parts of a ship.
Titanium Bohr Model
(we know, its beautiful)
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# of Protons: 22
# of Neutrons: 26
# of Electrons: 22
Atomic mass: 47.867 amu (atomic mass unit)
Melting point: 1668 degrees celsius
Boiling point: 3287 degrees celsius
normal phase: Solid
Origin: from Greek word 'Titans' which were the Sons of the Earth Goddess