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Synonyms for titanium

a light strong grey lustrous corrosion-resistant metallic element used in strong lightweight alloys (as for airplane parts)

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Keywords: titanium, nano technology, nano-particles, nano-modification, dental implants, anti bacterial properties.
By making titanium less expensive to produce and acquire, a wider range of manufacturers could turn out titanium parts from powder for alloys for brake rotors, artificial joint replacements, and, of particular interest now, armor for military vehicles.
When an aluminum bath is held in molten state over a period of time, as in the case of this metalcasting facility, the titanium boron can settle out and drop to the bottom of the melt, reducing its effectiveness for nucleating grain growth.
About 10 % of world volume of titanium production consumption constitute wheelchairs, housings for computers and clocks, substrates of hard disks for computers, rims for glasses, and jewelry.
The advantage of titanium aluminide is its weight being around 15% lower than titanium 6242, for example.
The pilot plant will confirm the commercial viability of Titanium Corporation's proprietary technology and provide a realistic determination for the costs of production," adds Titanium Corporation chair and CEO, George Elliott.
Additionally, Meredith has visited and worked with titanium mills throughout the world, including those in Russia, China and Sweden.
Now, a team of Japanese researchers has discovered that adding nitrogen ions to the titanium dioxide makes coatings that can destroy organic molecules in the presence of visible light or UV wavelengths.
6] Cohen and Kuzma reported on the use of a titanium clip that is fixed to the incus bar to secure the distal electrode.
Titanium firearms are lighter, stronger and impervious to rust.
The resulting line of titanium racquets had the industry's full attention the moment it was introduced in October 1997.
In both production and history, titanium is somewhat of an enigma among metals.
We analyze the various characteristics of titanium due to which titanium is so much in demand, the various titanium metal products such as ores and concentrates, titanium sponge, titanium ingot, and titanium mill products.
The commercial airline sector has been in financial turmoil in the past year, and the reduction in new aircraft manufacturing has negatively affected the consumption of specialty and high-temp alloys, such as titanium, chromium and nickel.
Aeronautical engineers use titanium because it's strong, lightweight, and corrosion-resistant.