You're probably thinking Wolverine, right? (sounds like adamantium)
Do you know about adamantane the molecule? It's a really awesome compound with a really awesome story.
Adamantane is a molecule made up of four connected hexagon carbon rings, where the spatial arrangement of atoms resembles a diamond. Take a closer look and see if you can find the four hexagons. Isn't it the coolest thing?
Derivatives of adamantane are used to make many medicines, particularly antivirals.
The colour palette for this enamel pin was inspired by Mondrian, a Dutch painter from the early 1900s most famous for his compositions using red, blue and yellow rectangles and squares in a grid of black lines. The enamel pin measures 0.75 inch wide and 1 inch tall and includes a metal butterfly back clutch.
This enamel pin really is an intersection of SCIENCE + ART. So fun to wear on your collar, tie, pocket, or hat. Decorate your bag or cork board. Start a collection!Size: 0.75 x 1 in
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