Titanium Square Bullion
Ti, Element #22
This is a sample of .997 commercially pure, grade 2 titanium in the form of a square periodic table entry. One side shows the simple entry, as seen on classroom walls, showing the atomic number (22), the atomic weight (47.87), the symbol (Ti), and the name (titanium). On the other side is a more complete entry providing additional technical information including the melting point, the specific gravity, and the the purity of the sample. Finally we inscribe the sample with its actual measured weight to the hundredth of a gram. If we take an example weight of 6.80 grams, convert that to moles, and multiply by Avogadro's number, you're getting an astounding 8.55455 × 1022, or 8.5 octilion titanium atoms! Now that's value!
This Titanium Square Bullion is struck from solid titanium, measures 2.5 cm in diameter, and weighs about 6.5 to 7 grams. Coin artwork by Tom Maringer and Woody Maringer.
Coins are struck one at a time in the USA using antique machinery and traditional coining techniques. A colorful description is included with facts about the coin.
Note—Each order comes packed with a handwritten envelope straight from Shire Post Mint. We will make this out to whomever is on the SHIPPING ADDRESS. If you are giving this as a gift and would like a different name on the envelope, please include the recipient's name in the Special Instructions field as you complete your order.