Molecules are so small that they are impossible to see with the naked eye, yet they make up everything in our universe. In this sequel from best-seller Theodore Gray, you can explore the world of molecules through stunning photography. The sequel to Gray’s The Elements, Molecules is a lavish exploration of how elements combine into molecules, creating the things around us.
Discover the story of chemistry in this beautifully illustrated book which shows what happens when you link elements into molecules. See what is combined to create common everyday items. Each image is accompanied by diagrams, facts and anecdotes to form a perfect combination of facts, fun and excitement. Theodore Gray explores the interesting, useful and beautiful science of chemical structures, through fascinating stories and trademark photography. Visually explore the vast array of things that molecules create, including soaps, oils, rocks, ropes, perfumes, colours and even stink bombs.
Molecules brilliantly captures molecules in their various states in a fun and informative way. Science is elegantly presented making this a great book for anyone fascinated with the mysteries of the material world.
Also available at the Questacon Online Store is Theodore Gray’s The Elements and the accompanying The Photographic Card Deck of the Elements, comprising beautiful photographs of all 118 elements in the periodic table.
Author: Theodore Gray
Photographs: Nick Mann
Packaging Size: 260 x 260 x 20mm