ALLOTROPY   //

ALLOTROPY PT. II // 

ALLOTROPY PT.  III // 




əˈlɒtrəpi/

noun

CHEMISTRY


noun: allotropy

1. the existence of two or more different physical forms of a chemical element.

e.g. diamond is an allotrope of carbon.




'Allotropy' aspires to emulate and explore the relationship between every day human lifestyle and scientific analysis. Similar characteristics and transgressions between everyday life and biological/chemical scientific reactions provides a mutual platform to work from. Allotropy aims to evoke the immense in the insignificant.  


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