- titanic acid,
- titanic oxide,
- titanium dioxide,
- titanium white,
Origin of titanium
Examples from the Web for titanium
Lizzie Crocker on whether you should have a titanium band wrapped around your stomach.Chris Christie’s Weight Loss: The Lap-Band Procedure Explained|Lizzie Crocker|May 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Bachmann brags often of her “titanium spine,” and her supporters view that as her secret weapon.
He added that there was an unlimited edition in titanium at $12,000 and that the profits were to go to a charity set up by Koons.
But for a woman who promises abs of titanium, Anderson has a personal history with rather flabby claims.
The iron solution after titration serves for the determination of titanium oxide (TiO2).
If for browns it is common to mordant with titanium and use basic dyestuffs, paddling afterwards in sumach to fix the dye.Animal Proteins|Hugh Garner Bennett
The United States has domestic supplies of titanium sufficient for all requirements.The Economic Aspect of Geology|C. K. Leith
Titanium only occurs as a mineral in its oxidised state, or as titanic oxide (TiO2).
Lastly we get the compounds of titanium and carbon, and the densely shaded spectra which tell of the thickly gathering vapours.The Story of Evolution|Joseph McCabe
Word Origin for titanium
metallic element, 1796, Modern Latin, named in 1795 by German chemist and mineralogist Martin Heinrich Klaproth (1743-1817) from Latin Titan (see titan) as "sons of the earth." He had previously named uranium.