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fishbiscuit5


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Re: Chemists Provide Solutions



Chemists are smart!
3 colors on asphalt



jasneko


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Re: Je suis un nerd.

A late night inspiration.

Vote!


taternuggets


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Re: Lab Safety



Collaboration with Ignorant. Hope you enjoy.


Nothing follows.

rogerrogerroger


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Re: delicious!



i'd drink anything if there was a crazy straw in it.

ISO30


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Estrogen

DianaSprinkle


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Re: Inconceivable



"Inconceivable!"

I always thought it was funny that the two elements that make salt are incredibly dangerous and deadly but yet salt is a tasty essential part of living.

6 colors on royal blue.

BootsBoots


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Re: The Heart of the Matter



The Heart of the Matter.


ISO30


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Testosterone

patrickspens


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Re: Chemically Imbalanced



Sanity is just a balancing act

nathanwpyle


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Re: carbon dating



hahaha this made me laugh +1

Vicka


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One thing I love to do is bake! And when I explain baking to other people I explain it as a form of chemistry. Everything you do has to be measured correctly and tested perfectly to achieve the best results. The only major difference is the end result of baking tends to be much tastier. :D

BootsBoots


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Re: Elemental Reaction



Elemental Reaction


axphw1


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Re: WHAK-A-mol



This is in honor of the only thing I remember from Chemistry, the mole.

The mole is a unit of measurement used in chemistry to express amounts of a chemical substance, equal to about 6.02214×1023 molecules of that substance. It is one of the base units in the International System of Units, and has the unit symbol mol.[1]

From wikipedia: The mole is widely used in chemistry, instead of units of mass or volume, as a convenient way to express the amounts of reagents and products of chemical reactions. For example, the chemical equation 2 H2 + O2 → 2 H2O implies that 2 mol of dihydrogen and 1 mol of dioxygen react to form 2 mol of water. The mole may also be used to express the number of atoms, ions, or other elementary entities in some sample. The concentration of a solution is commonly expressed by its molarity, the number of moles of the dissolved subtance per liter of solution.

ochopika


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Re: H2O Cubed?



This is my deliciously cheesy chemistry joke shirt. Well...ice isn't really delicious.

dsgnGrl


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Re: Help! I'm out of my element!



Five colors on navy. This is what five days without coffee leads to.

Misskari


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willson50


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Re: Ferrous Wheel Fun



If you need an explanation, Iron (chemical symbol Fe) in its 2+ state is called Ferrous. A wheel of it would be called a Ferrous wheel! And the water molecule is a really exited guy :O

travisk02


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Re: Chemical Words of Wisdom



Words I live by... some may even call me a Master Procrastinator. lol

Hope you guys enjoy my very amateur design!


"Expect to get shot down often and hard." -- teh Great TT

Misskari


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Re: Why Chemistry Matters



Educate me! What's the stuff on the right?

adrianconto


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Re: Neon neon neon neon neon neon



Nyan Cat Parody

ochopika


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Re: That's Good Enough for Me



carbon, carbon, carbon starts with "c".

jesseroo


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Re: Crazy about Mercury



Hopefully I don't need to explain, but Hg= mercury. It melts in your hands, but if you mess with it too much you can go insane ("mad hatters" went insane because they dealt with a lot of mercury when curing their hats).


*also, if you right click-->view image you can see it a little bigger than the entry shows.

emberdione


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Re: Talk NErDy to me.



Wow this is way over used. It's been done on every single tshirt site, ever. And usually done better honestly.

If you could have said talk science to me or something like that I might be able to support it, but not as it is.

puffytuffet


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Misskari wrote:Educate me! What's the stuff on the right?



H2SO4 = Sulfuric Acid.

I like this design a lot, but the coolers are a little hard to read. :/

Josephus


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Re: Biochemical DNA test



As 'geekurate' as possible (not really). He's writing RNA on his test. that's what DNA mostly writes, no? The arms of the chromosome are tipped with telomere repeats. The sequence is much of the sequence of insulin (the first human gene cloned). His name (chromosome #11) is written after a start codon, of course.

gcaden


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ISO30 wrote:Testosterone



Simple, clean and well done. GMV.

wootvan


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Misskari wrote:Educate me! What's the stuff on the right?



culturedjo


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I love it! I hope it wins!

walmazan


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Re: React Button




React Button

4 colors on slate
Thanks guys for all the help in this one, specially to Alex!

moosepod


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Re: Natural Gas



These are the molecules that give you that "pull my finger" smell!

VOTE- Click Below!!!

sgoman5674


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Re: Chemical Words of Wisdom



Getting this shirt despite my wife. Well, depends if I get around to it.

Josephus


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Josephus wrote:As 'geekurate' as possible (not really). He's writing RNA on his test. that's what DNA mostly writes, no? The arms of the chromosome are tipped with telomere repeats. The sequence is much of the sequence of insulin (the first human gene cloned). His name (chromosome #11) is written after a start codon, of course.



it's a matching test, of course, and looks like he mismatched a couple!

explodedwhale


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Re: Fishy Science



I love the color combination!

expo01


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Re: Identity Code



Fingerprint or graphic representation of the Deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA , thanks! (o;

Caddywompus


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Re: Why Chemistry Matters



Clever, subtle and a bit dark. Everything a good shirt should be. Nicely done.

walmazan


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Re: Better Living Through Alchemy



Great work Tony!

puffytuffet


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Re: Joker's Over Aces



Nice reference! :D

tjost


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Re: Why Chemistry Matters



Haha reminds me of the old ryhme-

Little Willy was a chemist
Now he is no more,
What he thought was H2O
Was H2SO4

melloncollie3


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This made me laugh quiiiiite a lot, and only one other shirt has ever done that before. Kudos to you sir