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(This is reprinted from the December 2005 issue of Chem 13 News. Previously it was called Rosengarten’s garden.) Author: Mark Rosengarten, Washington High School, Washingtonville, New York
Chemically-dependent cartoon Author: Richard M Furlough
We decided to dig out some of Richard Furlough’s cartoons from the 2000s. We selected these dating and relationship chemical cartoons with Valentine’s Day in mind.
A cartoon of three test tubes in a suspect line-up. Another test tube is a witness (NaCl) and he identifies test tube with lead(II) nitrate as the one precipitating the whole thing.
Fun cartoon from the 1960s
How does Santa feel about chemistry sets?
Cute little Christmas cartoon but you have to know your elements...
A cute twist on science fairs...
Would you put your head down?
Can safety be too familar?
Can you name this Easter compound?
Goldilocks and chemistry
If you spend any time on social media sites or anywhere on the internet, you will have encountered “click bait”. Click bait is the internet slang term for online media or news content with sensationalist headlines. The CBC radio show “As it happens” did a short interview with Laura Seay, a Texas assistant professor who hit on an idea: “what if she wrote her syllabus in the style of click-bait internet headlines?” Her #clickbaitsyllabus went viral.
Cat teaching organic chemistry reactions...
Prashanth Velayudhan, 2nd year Medicinal Chemistry student at the University of Waterloo submitted this cartoon.
Spooky and yummy periodic table
Chemically-dependent by Richard M. Furlough
The cartoon was taken with permission from www.lefthandedtoons.com. The cartoons are drawn with the left-hand although both website cartoonists are right-handed. There are over 1,500 different cartoons at this website.
This great little cartoon is courtesy of Sardonic Salad.
Geek mediation session...
I am a chemist by profession and I have been making YouTube videos of my dogs as long as I've had them in my life. Some videos have become more popular than others, but nothing to the extent of our chemistry video.
A Higgs boson walks into a [Catholic] church and the priest says...
A man named Mendeleev, Dimitri Set his mind to work so completely, He invented a table With which he was able To organize elements neatly.