Orbital Model of the Carbon Atom


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#2

The lemons and oranges are so mean to those blueberries.


#3

I believe it’s the smallest occurring cuteness in it’s complete form!


#4

This would be 10x better in 3D.


#5

Whoever doesn’t like this shirt is way too negative.


#6

I’m feeling really positive about this shirt printing, but I have negative space left in my shirt drawer. I guess that leaves me in neutral territory when it comes to deciding whether or not to buy it…


#7

That was seriously funny woot.


#8

For those that don’t recall high school science:

The electrons going around the outside are sad, because they have a negative charge.

The neutrons in the center are apathetic, because they have a neutral charge.

And the protons in the center are happy, because they are awesome.


#9

this shirt reminds me of 7th grade…


#10

GOOD NEWS EVERYONE! I’m buying this shirt!


#11

I would buy this shirt, but I’m trying to reduce my carbon footprint.

Okay, nah, I’m totally getting this shirt.


#12

It’s an everlasting gobstopper. No life (well, on earth, at least) without carbon.


#13

Are the orange balls negative or just sullen and bored?


#14

I love how the electrons are sad and the protons are happy, which holds to their usual personalities. Amazing!


#15

So if you buy enough of these shirts, could you pack them tightly together to form a diamond?


#16

YES!

I was so hoping this would place. Congratulations, ramyb!

It’s organic! :smiley:


#17

This is awesome. I work in a coal lab so I’m used to seeing carbon in a slightly darker form, but this is just too good. In for one.


#18

Of course, if you pack them wrong, you’ll just get graphite instead.


#19

I have a pet lab rat named Carbon, and since rats are intelligent creatures, I’m sure he will see the humor in this shirt. He will if he knows what’s good for him!


#20

actually… its not not complete… it needs another atom.