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1. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2018-10-07 hydrogen 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2018-10-07 Pub. Date: 2018-10-07
Image Number: 174555
Caption: Fe is the chemical symbol for iron, atomic number 26. Sometimes the periodic table of elements seems like high school, full of cliques and gossip. Hydrogen and oxygen atoms spend lots of time hanging out together while elements like Argon and Radon are loners, never bonding with others. Gold, Au, and Silver, Ag, are the rich elements, but I honestly think iron the the most popular. I can't believe iron thinks "rusty" is a term of affection!
     
2. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2017-08-28 hydrogen 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2017-08-28 Pub. Date: 2017-08-28
Image Number: 162565
Caption: Fusion Lab. Did you tell the boss we need more hydrogen? Yes, I told him we were out of our element.
     
3. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2015-09-06 hydrogen 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2015-09-06 Pub. Date: 2015-09-06
Image Number: 132458
Caption: I'm number one! I'm number one! 1 H Hydrogen. 26 Fe. 8 0. Hydrogen is number one, but it's a lightweight. My little buddy and I are a solid important element. We even have an age named after us - the "Iron Age"? But we need to watch out for H2O molecules. They give us a reddish-brown rash! Let's start calling them "Rusty"!
     
4. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2010-11-14 hydrogen 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2010-11-14 Pub. Date: 2010-11-14
Image Number: 54310
Caption: Broker. Stocks. Bonds. It looks like a chaotic financial market down there. The gene for height is short selling. An oxygen teamed up with a couple hydrogens to make bonds and create liquid assets. Those simple sugars are buying fast-rising energy stocks that'll probably crash later. And the helium atom is selling everything. I think he has to make a balloon payment!
     
5. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2008-09-07 hydrogen 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2008-09-07 Pub. Date: 2008-09-07
Image Number: 26619
Caption: Ernie, you're driving your car! I thought you were trying to live an oil-free life! I am! I have an alternate power source! What is it? Electricity? Ethanol? Hydrogen? Solar? Wind? No, nope. Uh-uh. Nope. No. It's gravity! If everybody starts using gravity, it's going to be hard to find parking downtown!
     
6. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2004-08-05 hydrogen 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2004-08-05 Pub. Date: 2004-08-05
Image Number: 7911
Caption: Beverages. Drinking Water. (Some Assembly Required.) Oxygen. Hydrogen.
     
7. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2003-04-30 hydrogen 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2003-05-02 Pub. Date: 2003-04-30
Image Number: 3809
Caption: You say steam, water and snow are all the same thing? Chemistry. Yep -- They're "ice-otopes".
     
8. Comic Strip Bob Thaves Tom Thaves  Frank and Ernest 2002-08-11 hydrogen 
Cartoonist(s): Bob Thaves Tom Thaves
Comic/Cartoon: Frank and Ernest
Viewable Date: 2002-08-16 Pub. Date: 2002-08-11
Image Number: 1364
Caption: Human Body Composition: Most Abundant Elements. Oxygen Carbon Hydrogen Nitrogen Calcium Phosphorus Sulfur Potassium Chlorine Sodium. This says that every one of us contains all these elements to one degree or another. Really? I wonder how I compare? I suppose you're pretty much like everybody else, except for a smaller percentage of active ingredients, of course.
     
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