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For similarly named materials, please see tritanium, tritium, or trititanium.

Titanium is a chemical element, number 22 on the periodic table.

Titanium was used in the construction of Earth's nuclear missiles and early spacecraft in the 21st century, including the Ares IV and the Phoenix. (VOY: "One Small Step"; Star Trek: First Contact)

The skeleton of the androids who inhabited planet Mudd were constructed of a beryllium-titanium alloy. (TOS: "I, Mudd")

Titanium bracelet

Chapel's titanium bracelet

Christine Chapel acquired an arm bracelet from the titanium smiths of Libra. It was unaffected by the X-waves encountered by the crew of the USS Enterprise, in 2269, despite her shrinkage. As it became proportionally larger, she referred to it as more of a necklace than an arm bracelet. (TAS: "The Terratin Incident")

The Delta Flyer was first designed by B'Elanna Torres to employ titanium as the primary hull material, but this was abandoned in favor of tetraburnium. The change in the construction materials was suggested by Seven of Nine, without the objection of Torres, as she simply didn't care. (VOY: "Extreme Risk")

When Data touched the Phoenix to "feel" like a Human he only detected imperfections in the titanium casing of the nuclear missile. Lily Sloane later told Jean-Luc Picard that she needed six months to get enough titanium to build a cockpit when she walked through the Enterprise-E. (Star Trek: First Contact)

The A500 androids created by the Daystrom Institute's Division of Advanced Synthetic Research had enough strength to tear titanium apart with their bare hands. (PIC: "Maps and Legends")

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