Titanium is a gray to silvery white, light metal, relatively abundant in the Earth's crust. It is relatively hard and extremely resistant to corrosion even in salt water. At temperatures below 0.39 K it becomes type I superconductor. Its significantly higher technological application is hindered by the high price of pure metal production. It finds its main application as a component of various alloys and anticorrosive protective layers, in the form of chemical compounds it often serves as a component of color pigments.
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