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Titanium

Titanium is produced as commercially pure or alloyed. Titanium is lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and able to withstand extreme temperatures. Commercially pure titanium is generally used for orthopedic implants while the alloys are commonly produced with the addition of vanadium or aluminum for applications such as aerospace or sports equipment.

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Titanium is a popular transitional metal that is used in the manufacturing of many products including jewelry, surgical tools, tennis racks, and much more. It has the strength of steel at half the weight and is twice as strong as aluminum at only a little over 50% of the weight. These characteristics along with superior corrosion-resistance make titanium a highly sought after component for the creation of a countless number of products.

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