Chemical Formula: Ti
Atomic Number: 22
Atomic Weight: 47.867
Category: Transition Metal
Titanium is widely used in metal alloys due to its corrosion resistance and high strength-to-weight ratio. Titanium is often alloyed with iron aluminum, vanadium and molybdenum to produce alloys for aerospace applications in jet engines, missiles and spacecraft.
Titanium powder is used in propellants for solid-fuel rocketry, powder metallurgy, pyrotechnic and chemical processes. It also removes traces of O2 and N2 from incandescent lamps and is used as an alloy with copper and iron in bronze...Read more...