Some differences between tungsten and titanium are that they belong to different groups on the periodic table, tungsten has a higher boiling point and titanium is known as the only element that burns in nitrogen. Tungsten belongs to group 6, and titanium belongs to group 4 on the periodic table. Since these elements belong to different groups, they have dissimilar chemical properties.
Of all the metallic elements, tungsten has the highest melting point, which is 6,192 degrees Fahrenheit. The melting point of titanium is 3034 F. Another difference between these elements is that titanium has a lower density at 4.5 gram per cubic centimeter, while tungsten's density is 19.3 grams per cubic centimeter.
Although these are some differences, tungsten and titanium do have some things in common. They are metals that are white in appearance. In nature, tungsten and titanium are not found as pure elements but in minerals.