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Titanium Prezi

a brief description on the element

Sean Paige

on 2 December 2011

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Transcript of Titanium Prezi

Cool Facts Environmental Impacts Titanium Titanium is a chemical element with a low density and high strength.

It is native element that can be found in its most common form of Titanium Dioxide.

About 95 % of all titanium is found in this form and resembles an intensely white, fine powder.

Small traces can also be found in coal, plants, and even the human body
Titanium is always bonded to other elements in nature and is the seventh-most abundant metal.

It is found in igneous rock. Out of all the 801 known types of igneous rock, 784 contain titanium.

It is obtained through strip mining and the melting down of its ore to obtain pure titanium.

It is very costly to extract from its natural ore which is why titanium products can be so expensive.
Titanium alloys are used to strengthen metal spaceships, tanks, ships, and tanks.

Its white powder form is used in products from toothpaste to construction cement to suntan lotion.
Although Titanium in its element form causes no direct environmental effects, the process of which it is made (smelting) releases high amounts of carbon dioxide into the air. Titanium is non-toxic and has no role in the human body. In its powder form titanium is extremely combustable. Titanium is just as strong as steel, but 45% lighter

Titanium is the only element known to burn in nitrogen

Titanium was discovered in the late 1700's but named only in 1795.

Most of Tiger Woods' clubs are made from titanium

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