A Conversation for Boron
Is it me?
AgProv2 Started conversation Aug 13, 2007
Or does the chemical structure for Pentaborate suggest one of Monty Python's Gumbys stomping down the road, shouting out that his brain hurts... it looks like a dot-to-dot designed by Terry Gilliam...
wow, fourth-year O-level chemistry revisited and bringing back memories of the strange smell permeating the labs... I think I learnt something here, too, which is the measure of a science-based article when it leaps out at an arts grad to mug him with chemistry..
Is it me?
BigAl Patron Saint of Left Handers Keeper of the Glowing Pickle and Monobrows Posted Aug 13, 2007
AP. We chemists are always looking for real objects in chemical structures. For example, if you stand the molecular model for ethanol the right way, it looks loke a puppy dog
Glad you feel you learned something. I sometimes wonder whether the chemical-based Entries are too abstract, so it's nice to get this sort of feedback
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