How Much Does 1 Kg Of Titanium Cost In Indian Rupees?


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Depending upon the type of titanium you buy, and the purity and quality of the titanium, you can pay between $4.95 and $88.00 for one kilogram of titanium - this is equivalent to between 228 and 4068.20 Indian Rupees.

  • What is titanium?

Titanium is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Ti, and is classed as a metal. Titanium is part of a group of metals known as transition metals.

Titanium is very lightweight but very strong, and therefore is used in industries such as construction and engineering. It is also used in fields such as jewelry and motor-vehicle production, and to produce prosthetic body parts such as joints and sockets.

As well as being strong and light-weight, titanium is also corrosion-resistant and hypo-allergenic.

  • What is a US dollar?

The US dollar is the official currency of the United States of America. One dollar is the equivalent of 100 cents. A number of coins can be used to make up one dollar, including a quarter (25 cents), a dime (10 cents) and a nickel (five cents).

Paper dollar bills printed in the United States of America include the one dollar bill, the five dollar bill, the 10 dollar bill and the 20 dollar bill. The largest dollar bill ever printed by the US government was the 100,000 dollar bill, but this was designed solely for use within government, and not for public circulation.

  • What is a Rupee?

The Rupee is the official currency of a number of countries, including India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, the Seychelles and Indonesia. The units that make up a Rupee vary depending upon which country you are concerned with - for example, the Indian and Nepalese Rupees are made up of 100 paisa, while the Sri Lankan Rupee is made up of 100 cents.

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