Titanium is one of the most common metals, used in everything from toothpaste to shower curtains.
But there’s something very special about it, according to research from the University of Queensland in Australia.
It’s made of titanium oxide, and the researchers at the Queensland Institute of Technology say that this material can be used to make a variety of things, from electrical conductors to insulation to solar cells.
But it’s not the only metal being used to produce these materials.
They’ve also found that the metal used to build those things is titanium nitride, which is made of two metals, tin and oxygen.
These metals are incredibly strong, and this makes them very flexible, according the University.
And the research shows titanium nitrides are also very resistant to corrosion, unlike titanium oxide.
In other words, they’re also very lightweight.
So they could be used in a variety, like the hair straighteners that come with your shower curtains or the solar cells that power your washing machine.
Titanium oxide, however, is the material that is being used most in the solar cell market.
And so it’s going to be used on a lot of these solar cells in the future, the researchers say.
The researchers used a range of different materials to produce titanium nitrites, including titanium oxide powder, and titanium nitrite powder mixed with an alloy of titanium dioxide and nickel.
They then tested them against copper, titanium carbonate, titanium oxide and titanium oxide powders.
And the results were impressive.
The team found that when exposed to copper, the titanium nitruites were about 25 per cent stronger than the titanium oxide oxide.
When exposed to nickel, they were more than two times stronger than titanium oxide nanoparticles.
And when exposed the copper, they are more than three times stronger.
But while the researchers said that the strength was still quite high, they also found they could increase the strength of the titanium Nitrites by applying a high-pressure process to the particles.
This is how they managed to produce strong titanium nitrushes even when exposed directly to copper.
And while this process could produce very strong titanium Nitrates, the team said they were not sure how long the titanium dioxide would remain stable in this solution.
And, it’s also not clear how long they would be able to produce the titanium ions.
The University of QAAS says the results could be of interest to scientists in the area of the photovoltaic industry.
And they say the researchers should be able in the next two years to produce high-strength titanium nitries in this way.