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Artist Portrays Chemical Substances As Cartoons And They're Perfect

Artist Portrays Chemical Substances As Cartoons And They're Perfect
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How funny and interesting it can be if we learn science with the help of cartoon characters? As we all know everyone loves cartoons in some or the other way, and we too used to skip studies because of our favourite cartoon show. And, why not? Cartoons are the real childhood friends that we discover at an early age in imaginations as well as insight too.

Here, we can see how chemical science and learning about substances can be way more joyful with these cartoon characters. Check out the cartoons, learn chemical elements and choose your ideal substance as well.

 

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Smallest, lightest and most rich element in the whole universe.

Smallest, lightest and most rich element in the whole universe.

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Lightest element enough compared to all noble gases and nonreactive too.

Lightest element enough compared to all noble gases and nonreactive too.
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This element has a smooth metal form which can be easily cut.

This element has a smooth metal form which can be easily cut.
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It can be found in the forms of aquamarine and emerald.

It can be found in the forms of aquamarine and emerald.
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Boron is a gloomy element and produces a bright green flame.

Boron is a gloomy element and produces a bright green flame.
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Interestingly, it can take forms of charcoal, graphite and diamond.

Interestingly, it can take forms of charcoal, graphite and diamond.
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Nitrogen has toxic as well as light-headedness forms.

Nitrogen has toxic as well as light-headedness forms.
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Purely comes in paired form i.e. O2.

Purely comes in paired form i.e. O2.
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Dangerous element with fast reactivity.

Dangerous element with fast reactivity.
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Run an electric charge through neon and it glows red-orange.

Run an electric charge through neon and it glows red-orange.
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Found in oceans, commonly in form of salt but pure metal reacts violently with water.

Found in oceans, commonly in form of salt but pure metal reacts violently with water.
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Use of sand is highly preferred to put out a magnesium fire.

Use of sand is highly preferred to put out a magnesium fire.
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Strong yet lightweight metal commonly present in soda cans.

Strong yet lightweight metal commonly present in soda cans.
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Present in electronics and computer microchips.

Present in electronics and computer microchips.
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Ever imagined what ignites a match stick? The answer is here.

Ever imagined what ignites a match stick? The answer is here.
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Smelly, hostile element found in gunpowder and grenades.

Smelly, hostile element found in gunpowder and grenades.
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Want someone to have burning in the eyes and sinuses? Make them inhale chlorine.

Want someone to have burning in the eyes and sinuses? Make them inhale chlorine.
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Found in active light bulb but reveals it's as mean as inactive.

Found in active light bulb but reveals it's as mean as inactive.
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Very reactive element and burns with a lilac flame.

Very reactive element and burns with a lilac flame.
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Want to be strong and muscular? Drink milk as it contains calcium.

Want to be strong and muscular? Drink milk as it contains calcium.
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