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Give a geek gift that combines art with science! Sophisticated yet geeky! Each piece of jewelry includes an informational card describing the science that inspired the piece.
Sterling silver pendants are approximately 1 1/2" wide and attached to a 16-18" sterling silver, snake chain with lobster clasp. Made in the USA and packaged in an attractive recycled gift box complete with a ribbon. You can't go wrong with the geek gift of molecular jewelry!
Avogadro's Number is 6.02 x 10^23 or a mole. The mole is one of the biggest concepts in Chemistry and certainly one of the hardest concepts for young students to learn. Get cheeky with this light-hearted T-shirt: Avogadro's Extermination, Call 602-1023 ...
The Good Stuff: Caffeine. Display your chemical addiction to your office mates with the Caffeine Molecular Mug. The miracle of chemistry, the caffeine molecule, is artistically and comically situated on this ceramic bistro mug announcing to the world ...
Is baking great cookies an art or a science? Actually, it's both thanks to these Science Lab Cookie Cutters. Each Labcutters set contains four cutters - a beaker, a flask, a test tube and an atom. Just be careful you don't overeat - you might get atomic ...
This chemistry inspired Periodic Beer Glass gives a nod to chemistry class while you're enjoying the results of the fermentation process. Each glass holds 16 oz of your favorite brew and is the perfect geek gift for the chemistry geek in your life or ...
The Periodic Table Playing Cards are a double deck which include all 118 elements. They are the perfect geek gift for the chemist geek in your life! Each card includes the name of the element in English, French and Spanish, the atomic number ...
Learn while you lather with a Periodic Table Shower Curtain!
Why waste your time mindlessly staring at white tile, when you could be refreshing your memory on the atomic number of Rhodium? Looking every bit like the poster from your 3rd period ...