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It depends on how thick they are. A square foot is a unit of area, not volume. The density of the two materials is 5500 kg/m3 for Ti and 2800 kg/m3 for Al. Assuming you had the same volume (same area and thickness) the mass ratio would be 55/28.

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Q: What is the weight difference between a square foot of titanium and a square foot of aluminum?
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