anonymous asked:

ok hear me out... 50s era type marine jungkook returning home and meeting waitor tae in a diner where he skates around serving milkshakes in his polka dot apron .... like reblog subscribe add me on myspace if u agree

i’m hearing you anon bb…!! and this is what i hear oh boy my eyeballs are sweating a bit HAHA i actually kind of picture a speakeasy and gleaming bar with really old colorful neon jukeboxes and that kind of thing omg. and jeongguk in a marine’s cap who gets all wide eyed at taehyung under the golden glow of halogen bulbs is like wow yes i am here for that i’m such a huge fan of the 50s aesthetic (/^▽^)/ (but not so much the 50s political/social scene though, you feel me (◕⌓◕;)) –carboxyls

omfg lowkey this is reminding me about bangtans mbc gayo stage? this one! as well as all the trb teaser photos. like taehyungs…hello… id be hella down for both of them as marines ngl, our handsome boys in uniform (●♡∀♡) –nikkumeul

Why the sea is (not too) salt …

The Earth contains far less chlorine than it should. At least, far less than other representative samples of the early solar system do, and far less than the solar abundance, compared to other elements. If you plot the amount of each chemical element found on Earth against that found in primitive meteorites, or seen in the Sun, you will find a consistent trend. But halogens such as chlorine and bromine lie off the trend, and appear to be depleted on Earth compared to their neighbours on the periodic table.

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Just Go With It

Not a request but I just had this idea and I really wanted to write it lol

Peter Parker x Reader

Send in prompts from this list!

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“So, single replacement or displacement reaction. In this type of reaction, a more active element replaces a less active element in a compound. ” Mr. Rodriguez explained.

Hands slightly cramping, I scribbled down notes as quickly as possible so that I wouldn’t miss anything important. I was completely engrossed in chemical reactions when I felt a tap on my shoulder. A string of curses ran through my mind as I lost my train of thought. I shook my head, ignored the tap, and continued with my work.

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Improved nanoscale patterning using aniodine or xenon difluoride gas

A technique developed by scientists at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, has made more controlled fabrication of optoelectronic devices produced from a hybrid of organic and inorganic materials possible.                                

Solar cells that are based on a perovskite material made by combining organic methylammonium ions with inorganic lead atoms plus a halide (chlorine, bromine or iodine) atom have already shown high efficiency and are economical to produce.

A drawback, however, is that is that the organic component is sensitive to the solvents and temperature changes that are often involved in device fabrication.

“Perovskite is a relatively new material, so fabrication technology is not well-developed,” said KAUST Professor of Electrical Engineering Boon Ooi. “Existing approaches are at the microscale and inhomogeneous.”

Ooi and his colleagues from the University’s Photonics Laboratory, the Imaging & Characterization Core Lab and the Solar & Photovoltaics Engineering Research Center have demonstrated a technique that can directly pattern perovskites with features smaller than one micrometer with little surface damage.

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puns - vmin

request: “you must be an electron because I’m a halogen and you make me positively charged, in other words I got my ion you” basically just chemistry puns

// drabble game // 

“You must be an electron-”

Not again. 

“Because I’m a halogen, and you make me positively charged.”

Jimin sighed, pinching the bridge of his nose while giving Taehyung a long glare. He must have been getting a mighty fine kick out of these dumb ass jokes, because he really wasn’t giving up. “What the fuck does that mean . . ?” he grumbled.

The taller smiled brightly, flipping his book shut and propping his head up on the table and winking. “It means I’ve got my ion you.”

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It’s that time of year–– the Nordstrom Anniversary sale! Quick shop my picks here:

Hunter “Original Refined” rainboot // was $195, now $129
Elizabeth and James suede crossbody // was $545, now $298
Halogen lace up flats // was $90, now $60
Natori Bra // was $68, now $45
Burberry Brit quilted jacket // was $895, now $594
Paige skinny jeans // was $189, now $100
Rebecca Minkoff double zip hobo // was $325, now $216
Treasure & Bond fringed poncho // was $78, now $45
Stuart Weitzman “perfection” bootie // was $595, now $349
Pedro Garcia “tesla” platform sandals // was $525, now $315
Drybar curling iron set // $209 value, now $140
Nike Free Running shoes // was $120, now $90
Sperry Duck boots // was $120, now $80
Clarisonic face travel system // was $219, now $153
Longchamp le pliage tote // was $195, now $129
Free People racerback bralette // was $38, now $24

For sale info including the start date, visit my blog!

Early Access : Nordstrom Anniversary Sale

It’s that time of year again. All the bloggers unite to showcase their favorite fall fashion trends from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale while it’s still 100 degrees outside. Nothing says “sweat your ass off” like thinking about a wool coat in July. 

But here I am: sharing a handful of my favorite picks from the sale. You must be a Nordstrom cardholder to shop early access  (starting today) or the sale goes live to all others next Friday. 

1- Halogen over the knee boots // 2- Burberry Brit jacket // 3- Mara Hoffman swimsuit // 4- Burberry Brit toggle coat // 5- Zella jacket // 6- Zella high waisted crop leggings // 7- floral blouse // 8- Rebecca Minknoff saddle bag // 9- Jo Malone fragrance set // 10- Rag & Bone skinny pants // 11- boucle and knit jacket // 12- Mini Melissa shoes (for PJH) // 13- toddler girl Patagonia jacket // 14- floral print blouse


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by HotSauce418

“20,” there was another scrape of teeth worrying his already red lip.

“Ah, we’ll then perhaps some difference.” Hannibal smiled, teeth glinting under the awful halogen of the garage lights. “Your father stepped out for something. Thought I could entertain you in his absence.”

“Do you normally entertain the folks you hire?” Will smiled, something genuine, Hannibal could tell. He looked like ripe fruit on the vine. He could see sketching him, laying him out nude and stretched, debauched and drowsy.

“No, they normally entertain me,” Hannibal stepped closer, a whisper in his ear, “but you are already doing a fine job of that, my boy.”

Words: 2715, Chapters: 1/?, Language: English

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Geen titel #473 by s-ensible featuring organic candles ❤ liked on Polyvore

Topshop striped crop top, $31 / Valentino wool shorts, $435 / Prada Sport grey shoes / MICHAEL Michael Kors grey handbag, $120 / Marc by Marc Jacobs leather strap watch, $160 / Jennifer Meyer Jewelry white gold jewelry / Case Mate tech accessory / Paul Smith accessory / H M false eyelash, $3.92 / Lord Berry lip gloss makeup, $13 / Bobbi Brown Cosmetics eyebrow tweezer, $33 / Philosophy face moisturizer / Korres face toner, $20 / Herbivore body cleanser / Byredo body cleanser, $22 / Herbivore body cleanser / Living Proof styling product / SUQQU beauty product, $165 / Ouai beauty product / Christian Dior nail polish / Sephora Collection manicure tool / Karlsson white clock, $6.81 / Woodlot organic candle, $33 / Le Labo fragrance candle / Osram - Halogen-Bulb Classic A Eco - E27, $2.74 / Diptyque vanilla candle / White Stereo Earphones for Apple iPhone 4 iPhone 4S
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i n t p and the shadow : a playlist for cognitive functions seen + hidden

After spending many sleepless nights reading up on MBTI shadow functions, I was inspired for this while listening to the band Skyharbor. Their stuff is heavily introspective and relatable for me as an INTP, so I threw this thing together.

i’ve been high and i’ve been low by sparklypinkunicorn featuring wall art ❤ liked on Polyvore

Emilio Pucci slimming dress, $1,440 / Charlotte Olympia heeled sandals / Handbags purse / Edge of Ember silver necklace, $215 / Sony headphone, $33 / Oliver peoples sunglasses / Napoleon Perdis eyeshadow, $26 / Anastasia Beverly Hills makeup / Lord Berry eyeliner, $17 / My Kit Co makeup brush, $17 / Shu uemura eyeshadow, $14 / Mac cosmetic / Mac cosmetic / Mally eyeliner / Calvin Klein perfume fragrance / Clinique face moisturizer / FOREO bristle brush / H2O anti aging skin care / NARS Cosmetics face moisturizer / Body cleanser / CLEAN body cleanser / CLEAN body moisturizer / Kate Somerville sun care / Hermès beauty product / Brush comb, $16 / OPI gel nail polish, $24 / Lemnos light blue home decor / Osram - Halogen-Bulb Classic A Eco - E27, $2.76 / Wall art / Voss Artesian Water (Flat) Glass Bottle From Norway (3 Pack) Large 800… / frankie issue 26, $23 / Apple iPhone 6, Silver, 64 GB (Unlocked
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Fluorine: Feisty Teflon
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Atomic number: 9
Atomic weight: 18.998 amu
: Halogen

Fluorine is a pale yellow-green gas and indisputably the most reactive element on the periodic table! The most publicly known use of fluorine is Teflon. The fancy scientific name of Teflon is polytetrafluoroethene (what?), or PTFE (…what?). PTFE is the stuff coated on frying pans so that the eggs you’re cooking don’t stick to the bottom. PTFE is also used in waterproof shoes and clothing, so thank fluorine the next time a raincoat keeps you dry.

Fluorine is desperate to react with everything, so it’s not picky when it comes to its chemical partners. Even things that typically don’t burn will burst into flames with a little fluorine. Blow some fluorine onto glass and it’ll burn like a piece of firewood.

Fluorine has a bad reputation because of CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons). CFCs were used in aerosol sprays, packing material (foam), and refrigerants before it was revealed that they release tons of chlorine and destroy the ozone layer. Now the use of CFCs is illegal, but the damage to the ozone layer has already been done. (Note: The ozone layer protects the inhabitants of Earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation. So yeah, it’s pretty important.)