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Companies Titanium

Rolled Alloys, Inc., USA

Rolled Alloys is the global leader in specialty alloys, offering heat and corrosion resistant, aerospace, titanium, and stainless alloys. With locations in the US, Canada, and Asia we serve customers of all sizes, supplying and processing high performance metals to the thermal process, chemical pro more

Uniti Titanium, France

Uniti Titanium is dedicated to enhancing customer service and developing new applications in target markets for this lightweight and corrosion-resistant material. These target markets include chemical and petroleum processing, power generation, oil & gas, and desalination. more

Hempel Special Metals AG, Switzerland

Is to develop, procure, process and distribute corrosion and heat resistant high-performance materials and components made from these materials. We are the leading supplier for customers in technologically challenging industries both nationally and internationally. Our high-quality products, well-t more

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News Titanium

  • Titanium hosts record high superconductivity for elements superconductors

    Element superconductors are important either for superconducting mechanism studies or for potential applications because of the single composition. However element superconductor (SC) usually show very low transition temperature (Tc) typically below 10K. Recently Prof. Changqing Jin’s team at IOPCAS more

  • Economical PEF Production

    One possible replacement for drink containers made from PET is polyethylene furandicarboxylate (PEF), made from renewable resources. However, the production of the raw material for PEF from biomass is still rather inefficient. A new titanium-based photocatalyst could be about to change this, making more

  • How to make lithium-ion batteries invincible

    In our future electrified world, the demand for battery storage is projected to be enormous, reaching to upwards of 2 to 10 terawatt-hours (TWh) of annual battery production by 2030, from less than 0.5 TWh today. However, concerns are growing as to whether key raw materials will be adequate to meet more

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Infographics Titanium

The Chemistry of Sparklers

It’s Fireworks Night here in the UK tomorrow, which means fireworks (obviously), bonfires and sparklers. We’ve looked at fireworks in a previous post, so this time around it’s time to take a look at the chemicals that go into producing sparklers, and their various roles. In sparklers, there are thre more

Colours of Transition Metal Ions in Aqueous Solution

This graphic looks at the colours of transition metal ions when they are in aqueous solution (in water), and also looks at the reason why we see coloured compounds and complexes for transition metals. This helps explain, for example, why rust (iron oxide) is an orange colour, and why the Statue of L more

Developing Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries

Today’s graphic takes a look at the research of Kent Griffith (@kentjgriffith), a PhD student from the University of Cambridge who’s currently looking into developing advanced lithium ion batteries to power our phones, laptops, and more. more

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Definition

Titanium

Titanium Titanium () is a chemical element with the symbol Ti and atomic number 22. It is a light, strong, lustrous, corrosion -resistant (including resistance to sea water and chlorine ) transition metal with a grayish color . Titanium can ... more

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