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Element Description

Present in meteorites and in the sun, titanium is the ninth most abundant element in the earth's crust. It is found in almost all igneous rocks, in the ash of coal, in plants, and in the human body. Pure titanium is a silvery-white, lustrous metal with low density and good strength. In powder form, it is dark gray. Titanium is malleable when warmed and easily fabricated. Titanium is as strong as steel with only 45% of its weight, so when combined with other metals, it greatly improves strength and ability to withstand extremes of temperature.

Property Name Property Value Property Name Property Value
Atomic Code (22Ti47.88) Atomic Volume 10.6W/D
CAS # 7440-32-6 Electronegativity 1.5Pauling's
Covalent Radius 1.32Angstroms
Melting Point 1668°C Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 8.5x10-6K-1
Boiling Point 3277°C Electrical Resistivity 47.8µΩ-cm
Density 4.506g/cm3 Crystal Structure Hexagonal
Themal Conductivity 6.6cal/cm2/cm/s/°C Modulus of Elasticity 14.7x106psi
Specific Heat @ 25°C 0.124cal/g°C Poisson Ratio 0.41
Heat of Fusion 3.7k-cal/g-atom Magnetic Susceptibility 3.17emu/mole
Heat of Vaporization 106.5k-cal/g-atom

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