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What is titanium? What are the usage areas? Titanium is believed to be a rare element, yet it is theoretically very common as the sixth most common element in the earth's crust.


However, this is rarely deposited under special geological conditions.

Titanium minerals are of economic importance such as rutile (TiO2) and ilmenite (FeTiO3).

Titanium ore is mined from rocks (primary deposits) and (secondary deposits).


Effect of Titanium:

It is very electrifying and gives you a lot of energy.

The blocked chakras are made more visible and the blockages can dissolve.

It is said to stimulate the immune system and well-being.

The spirit and the psyche are strengthened.

Good for frequent weather changes.



Chemical properties of titanium:

Titanium has a wide range of applications in industry and space technology.

It is a transition metal with the chemical symbol "Ti" in the 4th subgroup of the table of elements.

It has an atomic number of 22, an atomic weight of 47.9 and a specific gravity of 4.5.

It is very hard, metal condition can scratch quartz.

It is light, brittle, with a shiny silvery-white texture.

Its melting point is 1660 degrees and its boiling point is 3287 degrees. Titanium is antimagnetic, its thermal and electrical conductivity is lower than that of iron.

It is extremely resistant to acid, salt and other chemical compounds and substances.

Its chemical and physical properties are similar to those of zircon.

It does not react with microorganisms, it is non-toxic.

It does not harm the human body, does not cause allergies.

It can be cold and hot pressed.

It can be welded, turned and milled.

It is one of the few metals that burns with nitrogen.

It is a reactive substance that is difficult to obtain pure.

It has low density, high tensile and corrosion resistance. Where and in which countries does titanium occur? There are rich deposits of titanium in many countries around the world. However, there is no unequivocal information about its reserves.

countries with significant titanium deposits in the world; China, Australia, Canada, India, South Africa, Norway, Ukraine, Brazil, USA, Vietnam, Mozambique and Sri Lanka. In today's world there is no problem in the production of titanium ore, the production and supply of TiO2.

The existing reserves are sufficient to cover global demand for a long time. However, product prices are high due to the complexity of existing technologies. High prices also restrict areas of consumption and use. What are the uses of titanium? Although titanium has a very wide field of application and can be found in reserve in many places around the world, it is an expensive metal due to the fact that it is processed using current technology and the beds are scattered.

Titanium is used as a mineral in the paper, plastic and paint industries. Titanium is an indispensable metal in vibrating parts that work at high temperature and speed.

It is widely used as a durable metal in the defense, aerospace and aircraft industries, chemistry and electrochemistry. However, it can be used as a metal in special fields due to its very difficult processing and cost.

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