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Six More Common Chemical Molecule Posters

6 More Chemical Molecule Posters

You might remember a short while back I started creating a series of posters featuring everyday chemical molecules to help decorate my classroom. Here are the next six in this ongoing project! As before, they’ll very shortly be available to purchase as posters, mugs, and more in the site’s Redbubble store (not sure why anyone would want a mug with urea on, but who knows!).

The additions to the series this time around are largely based on suggestions for further molecules that followed the original six posters in the series. As previously, if there are any other common molecules you’d like to see featured, shout out in the comments below, and they may well get included in the next set! Below is the full set so far, and a look at some of the products available on Redbubble:

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Redbubble Products

Additionally, a number of people have asked about the option to buy all of the posters as a set, without having to spend a fortune on Redbubble to do so. I’m looking into the possibility of making them available as postcard-sized sets to purchase, so that may well become a reality later in the year.

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8 replies on “Six More Common Chemical Molecule Posters”

Is lactic acid really the most important molecule in milk? I guess casein’s too complex to show in this way, but I would have thought lactose was higher on the list? Great posters, anyway!

Fair question! In all honesty, lactic acid was one of the suggestions last time around, and milk was the first associated everyday thing that popped into my head. You’re right that both casein (too complicated to represent in this style) and lactose are more significant.

Hi.. I would like to see Oxytocin, Dopamine and Serotonin as pillows… would be perfect for a bed!

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