Titanium is extracted from ilmenite and rutile.
Titanium is found in ore which is located in the lithosphere(part of the earths crust)
The two most common ore are: Rutile and ilmenite
There are no elements in titanium. Titanium is an element. It's a chemical element with the atomic number 22.
Titanium is a metallic element. it has the atomic number of 22.
Its atomic number is 22, therefor it has 22 electrons and 22 protons.i recommend a periodic table ;p
No. Titanium is a metallic element. Metals don't form molecules.
Gold is tremendously more expensive than titanium.
It comes in a silver titanium color.
It come both from Ancient Greek and Latin. Τιτάνας means titan in ancient Greek, and Titanium is just the Latin adaptation of the word.
I have a 2009 Focus Titanium automatic and that does not come with cruise control. I think the manual version does though.
An ore rock containing the mineral Ilmenite.
titanium, silver/chrome color
its called Pokemon titanium
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Titanium is also known as the symbol (Ti). This is titanium's element symbol. The scientific name for titanium is titanium dioxide.
Titanium is a pure element not an alloy.
The latin name for Titanium is Titanium. The Czech name for Titanium is Titan.
Titanium is made in to lots of things like jewelry, titanium metal gifts, titanium material, & titanium parts. So, see there a lot of different stuff from titanium. :)