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Flags, maps, and heraldry
Coat of arms of Harare Flag of the Serbian Armed Forces (reverse) Flag of Mercosur (uploader only) Flag of the Zimbabwean Movement for Democratic Change Flag of the Royal Rhodesian Air Force (1953–1963) Flag of Pakistan's Muttahida Qaumi Movement Flag of the Pakistan Muslim League (Q) Flag of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Flag of the Serbian Orthodox Church Arms of Norwich Arms of Suffolk Arms of Norfolk Seal of Gilbert, Arizona Flag of the Governor of Southern Rhodesia, 1951–1965 Coat of arms of the Icelandic Commonwealth Coat of arms of the Belgian Province of Luxembourg Flag of Guatemala (1858–1871) Flag of Purmerend Flag of Armenia (variant)
Spacefilling/ball-and-stick molecular models
Angiotensins I and II Fomivirsen (composite image) Sugammadex sodium (three-quarters view) Sugammadex sodium (front view) Bradykinin (updated version) Linamarin (space-filling model) Linamarin (stick model) Lotaustralin (stick model) Gadoversetamide (stick model) Glibenclamide (glyburide) Retapamulin (stick model) Motexafin gadolinium (stick model) Mecobalamin (methylcobalamin, stick model) Cobamamide (adenosylcobalamin, stick model) Triplatin tetranitrate (BBR3464) Purported major component of meglumine antimoniate Deferasirox binding iron Isobutylene (2-methylpropene) Platensimycin (from crystal structure) (+)-K252a (from crystal structure) Donepezil (from crystal structure) Lapatinib (from crystal structure)
Structural diagrams of chemical compounds
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Schematic diagram of prostanoid synthesis