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What is the most based element and why is it titanium?

>> No.14847470

no you fucking plonker, the element in question is technetium

shit has an atomic number of 43 and is radioactive, while most other radioactive elements have an atomic number of 80+

no wonder you like titanium, probably compensating for your less-than-titanic cock

>> No.14847474

>lower density than iron
>yet much stronger
>doesn't give a fuck about oxygen
>did i mention this is a really strong boy?
>doesn't need any other metal to fuck with it (alloycels BTFO)
>can withstand much higher temperatures
>doesn't let electricity or heat pass through it like other cuck metals
Titanium simply mogs all other metals

>> No.14847484

>Twink doesn't realize Carbon is stronger and less dense than titanium
>Can bond with hydrogens
>Can bond with oxygens
>Can be heated to create fire
>Can be hardened into diamond to create beautiful refraction patterns
>Self replicates into life
Acknowledge the superior element.

>> No.14847495

>>14847418
Its literally plebbit
>transforms into lgbt colors when voltage is applied
Most based element would be helium btw

>> No.14847497

>>14847484
Based and carbonpilled

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>IFLS cringe thread
Hello Reddiitiers

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>>14847544

>> No.14847605 [DELETED] 

>>14847418
N

>> No.14847652

Gadolinium, element 64 2^6 a cube of cubes; atomic symbol G-d; can freeze hydrogen through the magneto-caloric effect.

>> No.14848255

>>14847474
>lower density than iron
>yet much stronger
no

>> No.14848377

>>14847418
Iron

>> No.14848392

>>14847418
Iron. Anything else is basedboy "I hecking love science" shit

>> No.14848819

>>14847418
where to get one of these cubes?

>> No.14848844

>>14847474
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titanium_dioxide

Titanium does care about oxygen.

Oxygen is the bassist metal. Literally shits on everything. Hooks up every time you give it a chance. Forces itself on everything. Without it you die.

>> No.14848876

Americium. Fuck Europium fags.

>> No.14848903

Francium, it doesn't exist in pure form cause it's too reactive

>> No.14848904

Uranium because I'm a physicist

>> No.14849106

>>14848903
It literally does not exist, and when it does, it can't exist macroscopically due to the heat of its radioactivity instantly vaporizing it.

>> No.14849110

>>14848844
>Titanium does care about oxygen.
It forms a very thin oxide layer and stops caring afterwards. Unlike iron.

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>>14847418
Correct
>David Guetta - Titanium ft. Sia

>> No.14849302

>>14847474
>>lower density than iron
>>yet much stronger
Anon, are you retarded?

>> No.14849483

>>14849302
pure titanium is stronger than pure iron, while alloys of iron can be stronger

>> No.14849749

>>14847474
>complete fucking pain in the ass to work with on any larger scale

>> No.14849804

>>14847418
Iron (human civilization)
Coal (human civilization)

Aside from that, there's also oxygen/hydrogen/nitrogen for which we breathe air.

The most based element are those that are ubiquitous and have seen the greatest use in our human species.

>> No.14849830

>>14849804
>Coal
Not an element. Carbon, on the other hand, slaps.

>> No.14849835

>>14847484
Carbon is the greatest element and I will never forgive Carl Sagan for coining that bullshit term "carbon chauvinism"

>> No.14849843

>>14849835
I'm not a saganfag; I've never heard that term. What did he mean by it?

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>>14849835
Sagan was right about that, though.
Sure, life elsewhere in the universe is probably more likely to be carbon-based than not, but it's foolish to assume all other life must play by the same rules we're familiar with.
Silicon-based life might be more rare, but still very possible.
>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothetical_types_of_biochemistry

>>14849843
It disparages the assumption that aliens must be carbon-based, because of how this limits imagination. Similar to how aliens are often assumed to need liquid water and use DNA, when there's no reason for those to be absolute, fundamental requirements

>> No.14850479

Lead, or maybe uranium

but uranium turns into lead, so both are pretty cool.

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>>14847418
I'm partial to candy, but fire is cool too.

>> No.14851745

>>14847418
For me, it’s sulfur.

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I had multiple spinal fusions with little shits that look like links on a bike chain, cages, and rods over a period of time that put me at a little over a kg in titanium in my body. Can confirm titanium is a bad mufuker

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>>14849302
Composite ceramic armor plates for vehicles made of siliceous materials have lower density than iron, tungsten, and titanium yet have more robust mechanical properties such as better stopping power for vehicle armor than all three. This armor shits all over the density law used to determine shaped charges jet penetrative values.


https://science.howstuffworks.com/liquid-body-armor.htm
https://apps.dtic.mil/sti/citations/AD0524050
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2238785420315489

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>>14847418
That's not Neodymium, but okay.

>> No.14851844

From what I gather, Titanium is plentiful, but hard to work with. So it's only used in applications where it is economically viable.

>> No.14851876

>>14851844
https://youtu.be/u2p6vUXs2Yo

>> No.14852029

>>14848255
yes

>> No.14852544

the most based element is iron because it makes blood taste better

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>>14852544
>t.

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>>14847418
No, it's the element of surprise
/thread

>> No.14852898

>>14847474
Well upon reflection I have to say titanium mogs everything but Tungsten

>> No.14852930

>>14851876
beautfiul work but for an axe the added weight of steel is a plus

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