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Does titanium have nickel in it?


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2010-05-25 02:29:56
2010-05-25 02:29:56

Titanium does not have Nickel in it.Because Nickel is too drastic to put in Titanium it will effect the way everything works.So if you are in science class and u are asked this question say no cause it will make too much if a drastic change and mess of the way of Nickel and titanium!Your Welcome

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