A catchy slogan for titanium is "strength in silver." The chemical element is a metal that has low density, high strength and a silver color. It resists corrosion in chlorine and sea water.
Titanium is twice as strong as aluminum and is as strong as steel. It is used to make white paint and parts of boats that are exposed to sea water. It is also included in compounds used to make smoke screens and polypropylene, a material that is used in lab equipment, car parts and other products. Because the element does not react in the human body, it is used in the creation of biological implant devices.