TiZ =  22

From the Greek "Titan", meaning "Earth"
(AM) Atomic Mass 47.88  amu    Oxidation States +2, +3, +4
   (BP) Boiling Point 3287  °C    (MP) Melting Point 1660  °C
   (ρ) Density 4.51  g/cm3    Crystal Structure Hexagonal
   ( χ ) Electronegativity 1.5    (AR) Atomic Radius 1.36  Å
   Physical State Solid (C) Heat Capacity 0.523  J/g °C
Electronic-Config [Ar]  3d2  4s2     (I1) First Ionization E 658.03  kJ/mol
   (ΔHvap) Heat of Vaporization 425  kJ/mol     (ΔHfus) Heat of Fusion 14.15  kJ/mol
   Year of Discovery 1830    Location of Discovery England
(E°) Standard Potential Ti2+⇔ Ti (-1.630 V),   Ti3+⇔ Ti (-1.370 V)
Stable isotopes  46Ti,  47Ti,  48Ti,  49Ti,  50Ti
Discovered/Synthesized by The Reverend William Gregor
Natural Source The mineral/ore rutile, ilmenite, and leucoxene
Common Uses Aerospace, racing bikes, artificial joints, white paint
Other Info Main ingredient of white paint as well as sunblock
A favorite material for the structural elements of aircraft
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