An important property of titanium is that it is highly rust proof. Not only this, under normal conditions it is free from corrosions too. But it will corrode when used with strong industrial acids. Being rust free no special cleaning is required for it. It can also be painted and powder coated and can be treated for its appearance without any restrictions. But without painting also it can remain bright for a few years, after which it gets slightly discoloured because of its oxygen absorbing property. Being corrosion resistant it makes better use compared to steel. Moreover springs made of titanium support more weight and still it can retain its shape. It is the best material for any type of frames. It is easy to anodise which is an electrolytic process which further increases its long lasting properties. The best alloys of titanium are no less strong than a steel alloy frame. But it is definitely more expensive than steel.
Considering rust is only applicable to Iron, no, titanium can't possibly rust. Ever.
No titanium cannot rust because of the atoms and how titally they r formed
No it is almost impossible for it to rust
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No, Titanium cannot rust because rust is the result of the reaction between water and iron
Titanium will not rust, but the surface will oxidize. Titanium is non-rusty metal.
No! Titanium does not rust, because I said it don't! You bestuh reckonize mofoe!