Titan. Light and highly resilient.
Titanium is a chemical element, having the element symbol Ti, atomic number 22, atomic mass 47,887(1) u and electron configuration [Ar] 3d2 4s2. The mass fraction of the earth's shell is 0.41%. It belongs to the transition metals and is in the periodic table in the 4th subgroup (4th IUPAC group) or titanium group. The metal is gleaming white-metallic, has a low density, is ductile, corrosion- and temperature-resistant. Main occurrences: Australia, Scandinavia, North America, Urals and Malaysia. Titanium and its alloys are used in the manufacture of objects requiring low weight and high mechanical strength.
A special metal used in extreme applications such as aerospace and submarines.