Home 22 Ti Titanium back to the periodic table

Atomic number   22
Symbol   Ti
Atomic weight   47.88
Density [g/cm3]   4.52
Melting point [°C]   1660
Boiling point [°C]   3260
1st Ionization energy [eV]   6.82
Electronic configuration   [Ar] 3d2 4s2
Oxidation number (most stable)   4, 3
Atomic radius [pm]   144.8 (a)
Ionic radius [pm]   61 (4+)
Abundance in crustal rocks [ppm]   6320
Origin of the name   named after the Titanen, giants in greek mythology
Discovery   1825 by Berzelius
Uses   metallic titanium for alloys used in aerospace application, as as steel-noble, for hard metals, titanium dioxide as pigment for colours and painting.

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