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TITANIUM (RINGS) metal is silvery by color but can be anodized in a variety of techniques to produce many colors using atomic level surface alterations.

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TITANIUM (RINGS) metal is a naturally occuring ELEMENT (element number 22) in the earths crust and is the 9th most common.
Rutile, a naturally occuring titanium (rings) bearing mineral, can be used as a source of Titanium (Rings) metal!
Titanium (rings) metal is chemically aggressive; it binds itself strongly to many other elements, making its extraction somewhat difficult and expensive.


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TITANIUM (RINGS) metal has a density also known as specific gravity of 4.5 which makes it half the weight of the element copper. Titanium Rings metal is about 40 percent lighter than iron while being much stronger.

TITANIUM (RINGS) metal is used widely in the aircraft and space industries because of its general properties of strength, lightness, and durability. Titanium Rings metal is unique amoung the metals in this regard.

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Titanium (Rings) is never found uncombined and occurs as an oxide in ilmenite, rutile
and sphene, and is present in titanates and in many iron ores.


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The cost of TITANIUM (RINGS) metal varies, of course, with the grade or purity and may be purchased in a variety of alloys (physically mixed with other metals.)
Titanium Rings metal in pure form cost around six or seven dollars for 100 grams.


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The cost of TITANIUM (RINGS) metal melts above 3000 degress fahrenheit and retains an amazing amount of strength when operated in its upper temperature range.

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Titanium (Rings) is virtually non-magnetic, making it ideal for applications where electromagnetic interference must be minimized.

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Pure Titanium (Rings) is about as strong as steel yet nearly 50% lighter. When added to various alloys, its hardness, toughness and tensile strength can be increased dramatically.

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Titanium (Rings) is never found uncombined and occurs as an oxide in ilmenite, rutile
and sphene, and is present in titanates and in many iron ores.


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Titanium (Rings) is present in the ash of coal, in plants, and in the human body.

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Titanium (Rings) is ductile only when it is free of oxygen and nitrogen (air),
melting at 1660C (3020F) and boiling at 3287C (5949F).


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The complex process of converting titanium ore into metal has only been commercially viable for a little more than 50 years. The use of titanium (Rings) has since then expanded by an average of 8% per year.

TITANIUM (RINGS) metal has a density also known as specific gravity of 4.5 which makes it half the weight of the element copper. Titanium Rings metal is about 40 percent lighter than iron while being much stronger.

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Titanium (Rings) was first discovered in 1791 in Menachan Valley, Cornwall, England, by
clergyman and amateur chemist William Gregor.


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William Gregor, while investigating Titanium (Rings), analyzed gun powder-like sand and found a reddish brown calx he could not identify.

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