Titanium is one of the strongest elements on the face of the Earth. It is a chemical element symbol Ti and atomic number 22 that is in the group 4 of the periodic table. It is a transition metal of gray color, low density and great hardness. It is highly resistant to corrosion by sea water, aqua regia and chlorine. But how strong it is against .50 caliber ammo?
Cartridge 12.7 x 99 mm NATO (also called: .50 BMG for “Browning Machine Gun) is a heavy gun and sniper rifle ammo used by the forces of NATO. It has the power to penetrate to almost any material, but never used against titanium in a test situation.
What do you think, will it strand a chance against the world’s strongest material?
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