CAS No.: 7440-32-6 Formula: Ti
Synonyms: TITANIUM, AAS STANDARD SOLUTION; TITANIUM AA STANDARD; TITANIUM AA|ICP CALIBRATION|CHECK STANDARD; TITANIUM AA SINGLE ELEMENT STANDARD; TITANIUM ICP|DCP STANDARD; TITANIUM AMMONIUM FLUORIDE; TITANIUM ATOMIC ABSORPTION STANDARD; Titanium foil;
Titanium can be alloyed with other elements such as iron, aluminum, vanadium or molybdenum to create high-strength light alloys, which have a wide range of applications, including aerospace (jet engines, missiles and spacecraft), military, industrial processes ( Chemical and petroleum products, desalination and paper), automobiles, agricultural food, medicine (prosthetics, orthopaedic implants and dental instruments and fillings), kitchen utensils, sports goods, jewelry and mobile phones, etc. Titanium is considered a rare metal due to its dispersion and difficulty in extraction in nature. But its relative abundance ranks tenth in Chemicalbook among all elements.  Titanium ores mainly include ilmenite and rutile, which are widely distributed in the crust and lithosphere. Titanium also exists in almost all organisms, rocks, water bodies and soils . Extraction of titanium from primary ores requires either the Kroll method  or the Hunter method. The most common compound of titanium, titanium dioxide, can be used to make white pigments . Other compounds include titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4) (used as a catalyst and used to make smoke screens or air text) and titanium trichloride (TiCl3) (used to catalyze the production of polypropylene).
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