Titanium is found in the Earth's crust, and was discovered in 1791 by Reverend William Gregor. Four years later German chemist Martin Heinrich Klaproth rediscovered the material and named it after the Titans of Greek mythology. In the early 1900's the metal was isolated to 99.9% purity.
Research of Titanium has continued throughout the years. Rocks on the moon actually contain a larger amount of Titanium than Earth's rocks. Titanium can be used in 3-D printing. In addition, Titanium is helpful in improving hearing. Doctors can drill the titanium into the skull behind the ear and connect a machine that vibrates sound into the patients inner ear.
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