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Where is Titanium Found in Nature?

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Titanium is found most igneous rocks bound to other elements like ilmenite and rutile.Large deposits of ilmenite are in Australia, Norway, Ukraine and Canada. Rutile is mined in South Africa and North America. Look here for more information:
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