What is Titanium?
The material illustrates the modernity today, industrialization, technology and the strength of humanity.
Titanium’s most important characteristics are that it is low density and high strength, resistant to corrosion and scratches and hypoallergenic. A transition metal, Titanium has the ability to change colour, due to the orbital changes of the crystal and electrons by the use of heat oxidation or an anodizing process. Discovered by William Gregor in Great Britain in 1791 and named after the Titans of Greek mythology, Titanium is widely available at the crust and uppermost layers of the Earth’s mantle and the most widespread minerals containing titanium are Ilmenite, Rutile, and Titanite.