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A Scientific Twist To Google Doodle On Valentine’s Day 

| Updated: February 14, 2024 17:41

It’s all about the chemistry. There’s no stronger bond than love, especially when the chemistry is just right. To prove it right, Google marked the day of love in a scientific way. To mark the Valentine’s Day in a different way, the internet giant shared an interactive doodle with a “scientific twist” to explain the chemistry of love. 

Upon clicking on the doodle, a new page, Chemistry CuPd, opens with an option of taking a quiz to find one’s chemical element. Then, after discovering your personality element through some questions, you can also start bonding with other elements like hydrogen, sodium, nitrogen, etc., by swiping left – just like online dating. 

“Making diatomic bonds on Valentine’s Day. Diatomic molecules are made from a bond between two atoms. Sometimes it’s a bond between the same element like H2 (hydrogen gas) and sometimes it’s two different elements, like HCl (hydrogen chloride),” Google’s explanation about the doodle read.  

“Are you made of beryllium, gold, and titanium? Because you’re BeAuTi-ful! Today’s interactive game Doodle celebrates Valentine’s Day with a scientific spin – it’s all about the chemistry. There’s no stronger bond than love, especially when the chemistry is just right. Happy Valentine’s Day!” read Google’s blog.  

Valentine’s Day is the culmination of Valentine’s Week, during which each day is reserved for a particular way of expression of love. Traditionally, on Valentine’s Day, people show their love for another person by sending cards, gifts and messages of love. Some people also send something anonymously to someone they secretly love. Popular gifts include a box of chocolates, dinner for two and flowers, especially roses. Then there are personalised gift ideas, like a framed photo or a playlist of songs, or they plan a special activity together. 

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