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Disclaimer: For educational and design related purposes. Also I’m over 21 years of age.
With that out of the way, hello and welcome. I am looking for someone who has good to significant expertise in scientific topics, specifically the chemical/structural formula of certain materials (e.g: water, heme (blood), plastic, etc…) I am in the middle of a personal firearm related project and part of the process is designing the “artwork”; if you will, that will adorn the firearm. I have a huge portion of the design elements sorted but the final…10-15% is giving me hiccups, namely the structural formula. I have some images below to demonstrate:
The picture below has an image circled in black. This is heme (blood)
Now compare to the actual formula (below) and you see some similarities.
This is what I’m trying to design for my firearm project, but instead of heme, I would like to use any of the following: gunpowder/blackpower, nitrocellulose, nitroglycerin, basically the components of what makes a firearm “go bang” (BTW: there’s a reason for the disclaimer up top)
So to recap, I need someone who can help me make heads and tails of the formulas so as to make the design look good, I want to take the formula of chosen element (second image) and turn it into the first image.
If you need me to clarify anything please let me know.
Thank you all for your patience in reading this and thank you in advance for the help.
For those who are curious: Why the design? It’s part of the theme of the firearm related project, short version: Assassin’s Creed. If you want the long version, pm me and I would be happy to expand on the subject.