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Answered 2009-06-29 01:02:41

The ore rutile (impure titanium(IV) oxide) is heated with chlorine and coke at a temperature of about 900°C. Then the Titanium chloride is reduced using Magnesium and distilled to get rid of the Magnesium chloride (Magnesium atoms displaced titanium atoms). Then you get titanium.

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It occurs naturally on earth, but not as native metal as gold does. It must be extracted from ores.

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carbon cannot be used to extract titanium because titanium is more reactive than carbon so therefore, a displacement reaction cannot happen hope this helps :)

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