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Is titanium magnetic?

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July 30, 2014 4:13PM

No, titanium is not magnetic (ferromagnetic like iron).

It is paramagnetic, in that it interacts weakly with outside magnetic fields.

As we all know the unique thing about Titanium is that it gives manufacturers an exceptionally strong, light, and resilient metal that can be used for components that need to endure severe stress. You can go to this site: samaterials.com