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Geek Love: Send A #Chemvalentine To Show ‘Em You Care

This week, I inadvertently started a #Chemvalentine meme on Twitter after seeing a tweet from @Sulfur_Blue about chemistry valentines:

Get the chemistry flowing by sending a #Chemistry Valentine? https://www.msu.edu/~nguyen82/handouts/12/Chemistry_Valentines.pdf

What ensued was an outpouring of awesomeness from all the chemistry lovers out there. We here at Newscripts have compiled our Top 20 favorite #Chemvalentines just for you. Feel free to use these to woo your scientist friends this Valentine’s Day. ThinkGeek, if you’re listening, we’d all buy a pack of these cards.
someecards.com - Valentine, I could never Bohr of you.

1)      Valentine, I’ve got my ion you. (HT @Sulfur_Blue)

2)      Valentine, I can’t eat, sleep, or run reactions when you argon. (@laurenkwolf)

3)      Ethylene in the air? I feel our love ripening. (@SeeArrOh)

4)      There’s no HOMO-LUMO gap between us, baby. (@chemjobber)

5)      Valentine, I could never Bohr of you. (@S_J_Lancaster)

6)      You electrolyte up my life. (@derekjjohnson)

7)      You’re the biotin to my streptavidin. (@CBC_excimer)

8)      Love hertz. (@Sci_ents)

9)      You’re as beautiful as a clean NMR spectrum. (@UnstableIsotope)

10)   Say silsesquioxane again, the way I like it. (@S_J_Lancaster) Continue reading →