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Not really, its much softer and not as tough, but it is perfectly corrosion proof for all natural things, it doesn't hold a sharp edge, but it is still a really cool metal. So, if your a titanium fanboy, and not a knife geek it'll do alright, if not... you should probably look into Steel such as S30V. Sorry, if this was hard to follow.
titanium was discovered in 1791 by William Gregor.
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