History Of Titanium
HISTORY OF TITANIUM
William Gregor in England, 1971, first discovered titanium in an impure form.
It was later given the name titanium (after the Titans, in Greek mythology, the sons of the Earth Goddesses) by a German chemist, Martin Kloproth.
WHAT IS TITANIUM?
Titanium has an atomic number of 22, meaning it has 22 protons, 22 neutrons and 22 electrons.
Titanium is a hard, silvery-grey metallic element.
It is a transition element, which means that in a given electron ring; it does not have a complete set of electrons.
Titanium is amazingly the ninth most abundant element in the Ea…
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