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Titanium

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Charlotte Saragaco

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Titanium
Chemical and Physical Properties
Density: 4.5 g/cm²
Melting point: 1668˚C
Boiling Point: 3287˚C
State: Solid
Crystal Structure: Hexagonal
Reactivity to oxygen: Very Reactive
Mining and Refining Titanium
Titanium is open pit mined.
Benefits and Hazards
The impact of Titanium in everyday life
Titanium was discovered in 1791. It was discovered after a curious black sand was found.
By: Charlotte
English Mineralogist Reverend William Gregor discovered titanium
http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/ti.html
Bohr - Rutherford
Benefits
Hazards
- It is one of the most environmentally friendly metals due to its non-toxicity to humans and animals
- It can be used to make surgical implants due to its lightweight and strength
-Its sustainability as a building material. It is non combustible
- It resists corrosion. It is good to use to build in marinas and in polluted waters. It is also good in saltwater
- It is also a breakthrough material in the sports field.
-Titanium oxide is a fire hazard.
-Titanium oxide can explode when lit in oxygen
-Titanium oxide can ignite when in contact with dry chlorine gas
- Airborne metallic particles are highly explosive
-Liquid oxygen can also cause the powder to ignite

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Titanium has a large impact in our daily life. It is used to make many things we use on a daily basis such as buildings, cars, power tools and jewelry.

It is lightweight, strong and resists corrosion. It has made huge impacts in the medical field with surgical implants and artificial limbs that are virtually unnoticeable. Also in the flying department being the go- to metal for building planes, jets and space shuttles. That can take us all around the world and beyond. All in all Titanium is the metal of today and of future. It shows up often in everyday life and has helped make remarkable impacts in the world.
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