Titanium   Ti

Titanium was discovered by William Gregor and then was named by Martin Heinrich Klaproth the first titanium mineral was found in 1791 in Cornwall it is not known how it was found. It is used in aircrafts, missiles, golf clubs, laptops, joint replacements.

Atomic number 22

Atomic mass 47.87

Protons 22

Neutrons 26

Electrons 22

Features and properties. Solid at room temperature. Boils at 3287°C, 5949°F. Melting point 1670°C, 3038°F

The most common use for it is in laptops golf clubs and aircrafts. An interesting characteristic is its use in surgery