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When the first perovskite, a compound of calcium, titanium and oxygen, was discovered in the Ural mountains in 1839, and named after Count Lev Perovski, a Russian mineralogist, not much happened.
When shopping for a new flat iron, Charisse Christine suggests looking for one that has either ceramic, tourmaline, or titanium plates.
The surgical team also removed a small blood clot that had formed, then placed a titanium plate in his skull.
The device is built around electrodes of titanium mesh suspended in water and separated by a small distance.
The doctor suggested a total shoulder arthroplasty, a Cadillac of a procedure that would saw off his shoulder joint, replace it with silicon and titanium, and cement into place.
Additionally, the safety car features a BMW M Performance exhaust made from titanium and designed for track use.
According to Schrager, Bailey had surgery to put a protective titanium plate over the area where the bullets fractured his skull.
Glenn is developing an alloy of nickel, titanium and hafnium to manipulate flaps, winglets, rudders and other parts in air and space.
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