It’s a small world

So I was wandering around the department where I work a few days ago and I happened to stop by a noticeboard, where I found this.

Which made me double take. That particular chaotic ensemble of phenols looked strangely familiar to me. Then it clicked. Of course I recognised the image. I wrote about it a few weeks ago when I made that post about the smell of old books. Complete with random alt text comment.

Which means that either someone else happens to think that the structure of lignin looks really cool and would look good on a wall, or I have a random reader in my department.

So just on the off chance that it’s the latter — Hi random reader! How are you?

About Invader Xan

Molecular astrophysicist, usually found writing frenziedly, staring at the sky, or drinking mojitos.
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2 Responses to It’s a small world

  1. I’m a reader in the department, but it wasn’t me who put it up :P

    • invaderxan says:

      Hmmm… Well if it wasn’t you, then I’m totally clueless. Though there’s always a chance that someone else just really likes lignin. :P

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