Because vibranium is the fictional metal that Captain America's shield is made of, it is most likely stronger than titanium.
In the Marvel universe, Adamantium is the strongest terrestrial metal known to man, it is, in fact, "stronger" than Vibranium -- though due to Vibranium's particular properties it may be difficult to damage something made of Vibranium with something made of Adamantium.
In Marvel comic Adamantium can break Vibranium.
Graphene, of course. Though we're not exactly making big sheets of graphene for Vibranium-like purposes just yet, it's perhaps the closest thing we have to real Vibranium. “Because all the bonds are super strong within the plane of graphene…so it's very hard to break them,” says Kakalios.
As the strongest material in the MCU, Vibranium has been central to some of the franchise's biggest stories. The weapons of Thanos and his Black Order are effective against Vibranium in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, with Thanos himself able to break Cap's shield completely.
The closest material to vibranium in the real world is meteoric iron.
With these types of strengths in mind, here are some of the strongest metals you can find:Tungsten. Tungsten, which is Swedish for "heavy stone," is the strongest metal in the world. Steel. Steel is the second strongest and the most widely used metal in the world. Chromium. Titanium. Iron. Vanadium. Lutetium.
The Hardest Metals in the WorldTungsten (1960–2450 MPa) Tungsten is one of the hardest metals you will find in nature. Iridium (1670 MPa) Steel. Osmium (3920–4000 MPa) Chromium (687-6500 MPa) Titanium (716 to 2770 MPa)
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