TITANIUM – White, light and in India not so bright!

In the last blog, we talked about the metal Vanadium. It would be unfair now to move on without talking about its close pal, Titanium. If Vanadium was named after a Norse Goddess, Titanium was named after Titans, Roman Gods, who were known for their giant-like appearance and their whiteness – yes, you read it right! – the Greek root of the word ‘Titan’ actually means white clay and so the literal meaning of Titan is ‘made or coated with white clay’. So just like the Gods it was named after, Titanium is strong, light and white.  Titanium is as …

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