Ceramic vs. Titanium

Ceramic and titanium are two materials that are commonly used in a wide variety of applications. Examples of these include building materials and the flat irons used by most hair styling professionals. Nevertheless, there are distinct differences between both of these materials. Chemically speaking, ceramic is a non-metallic or inorganic solid which may consist of metalloid or non-metal atoms held in either ionic or covalent bonds. It may also contain some metal atoms within its composition. Titanium, on the other hand is a pure transition metal element with an atomic number of 22 and is adjacent to both Scandium and Vanadium in the periodic table of elements.


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