I love this, its things like this that make comics Great, man you are a awesome cartoonist David!
You can almost hear a “sigh” in the last frame.
Oh man, the possibilities are endless…baseballecule, footballecule, volleyballecule…poor Vesto he seems so defeated.
It’s a veritable “Ecule-A-Palooza”!!!!
Perfect visual for students…shows divergent thinking in a convergent world!
This is great!
T shirt!!!! Yes!
Before application to a T-shirt, we need to add one more atom to the octahedral molecule.
sysarc, Naaah, the Oct- refers to how many planes would be created if you “connected the dots” (the outside atoms) to make a polyhedron, not the number of atoms. I think.
Cyndee,I went through all those possibilities when I wrote this gag. “Billiard” won because it came with its own shape!
Dave, you’re right. I stand corrected. We’re counting facets, not atoms.
That last one will be tough to break.
A chemistry droodle! Hooray!
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