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3 Major Functions and 10 Characteristics of Titanium

3 Major Functions and 10 Characteristics of Titanium

Functional materials are engineering materials based on physical properties, that is, materials with special properties in electrical, magnetic, acoustic, optical, thermal, etc., or materials that exhibit special functions under their action. Studies on titanium and titanium alloys have found that they have three special functions for application: Memory function: Titanium-nickel alloy has a one-way, two-way and all-round memory effect at a certain ambient temperature and is recognized as the best memory alloy. Pipe joints for oil pressure systems for fighters;…

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Titanium Nitride Sputtering Target for Film Coating

Titanium Nitride Sputtering Target for Film Coating

The titanium nitride sputtering target is a thin film coating material used for metal parts to harden and protect the surface thereof. The titanium nitride sputtering target is made of titanium nitride and has a chemical formula of TiN, which is an extremely hard ceramic material. The wear and corrosion resistance of titanium nitride films is attributed to the good properties of their raw materials. In addition, the titanium nitride film can also be used for protection (due to its…

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Industrial Applications of the Valuable Metal Titanium

Industrial Applications of the Valuable Metal Titanium

The metal element titanium is widely distributed in the earth’s crust, and its content is about 0.4% of the crustal mass. The world reserve of titanium is about 3.4 billion tons and ranks 10th among all elements (oxygen, silicon, aluminum, iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, hydrogen, titanium). Its abundant reserve provides a major source of raw materials for the production and development of titanium and titanium alloys. Since the 1950s, the types of titanium alloys have evolved from the 1954 Ti-6Al-4V alloy…

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The Price of Titanium is Stabilizing, But Future Prices Remain Low

The Price of Titanium is Stabilizing, But Future Prices Remain Low

Titanium is a material used in everything from photocatalysts, pigments, and strong, corrosive-resistant alloys. It is well-distributed throughout the Earth’s crust, but it is rare. Because of its usefulness and rareness, titanium became a highly traded commodity all over the world. However, the price of titanium, surprisingly, was on a steep decline from which it is just recovering. Titanium is particularly popular in the construction industry; about ninety percent of the output in the world is used to make titanium dioxide…

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