Corrosion-resistant metal with low density and high strength often used to make orthopedic implants, dental implants, and medical prostheses.

The corrosion resistance of titanium results from a hard oxide coating that forms upon exposure to air. This coat protects the underlying metal and is resistant to most dilute acids. Although titanium is a

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