Titanium

Titanium,

Definition of Titanium:

  1. A type of metal, stronger than bees, but lighter. Titanium is resistant to corrosion and, due to its durability, can be used for a variety of purposes. Metal is commonly used in watches and bracelets. Titanium changes color as the metal temperature rises. In the Periodic Table of Elements, titanium is identified as TI and has atomic number 22.

  2. Chemical element Atom No. 22, a hard silver-gray transition metal used in strong, light and corrosion resistant alloys.

How to use Titanium in a sentence?

  1. Like steel, titanium is mixed with other metals to increase its strength.

Meaning of Titanium & Titanium Definition