Chemistry — we couldn’t live without it.
Metals that don’t fit a child’s preconceived notion. Bubbling and fizzing. Also cakes and cookies rising.
Beakers and flasks and distilling apparatus. Hot plates and coated magnets stirring liquids.
Wear your safety glasses. Douse the match with water. Assume the other person in the lab is working on explosives.
Ah — memories of chemistry classes and labs and analyzers.
On this National Periodic Table Day — I’m looking for recommendations of Marie Curie biographies to read with snuggled under the Elements. Do you have one?
STARE DOWN hero Dave Holmes, pondered and learned from this graphic during undergrad and medical school. Find out more about Dave as a person, not a surgeon, here: http://amzn.to/1LXiTwP This sweet romance is set in St. Louis.