Posted On Aug 26th 2016
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Posted On Aug 16th 2016
Sorry to hear about your sulfuring
Posted On Aug 10th 2016
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In class: Homework: On Exam:
Posted On Aug 3rd 2016
Let me atom!
Posted On Aug 2nd 2016
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Interesting reactions Nomenclature Deadly compounds How to draw hexagons
Posted On Jul 26th 2016
A. At least I have a degree
Posted On Jul 13th 2016
A proton and a neutron are walking down the street. The proton says, “Wait, I dropped an electron help me look for it.” The neutron says “Are you sure?” The proton replies “I’m positive.”
Posted On Jul 11th 2016
A. A ferrous wheel
Posted On Jun 22nd 2016
Posted On Jun 20th 2016
But he wasn’t noble
Posted On Jun 8th 2016
Didn’t anybody ever teach you to share?
Posted On Jun 3rd 2016
Breaking up is hard to do.
Posted On May 12th 2016
Wrong. Nitrogon, Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide are in the air.
Posted On Apr 28th 2016
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When you’re called a neutron dates are hard to find and the nicknames were just cruel. Sub-Atomic Conversation
Posted On Apr 13th 2016
A. Polar Bond
Posted On Apr 1st 2016
There are 2 Hydrogens for every Oxygen out there!
Posted On Mar 23rd 2016
A. He was booked for a salt and a battery.
Posted On Mar 15th 2016
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are you positive?
Posted On Feb 25th 2016
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protons, neutrons, electrons and morons
Posted On Feb 18th 2016
A. If you can’t helium and you can’t curium, then you might as well barium.
Posted On Feb 17th 2016
I thought oxygen was dating magnesium…omg actually oxygen first asked nitrogen out, but nitrogon was all like “NO” I thought oxygen had that double bond with the hydrogen twins looks like someone’s a HO NaBrO I’m done with all of you
The responses are also the elements’ period symbols in the creation of a chemical compound.
Posted On Feb 11th 2016
He just couldn’t put it down.
Posted On Feb 5th 2016
Optimist The glass is half full Pessimist The glass is half empty Chemist The glass contains 50% H20(l) 39% N2(g) 10.5% O2(g) .44% Ar(g) .06% CO2(g)
Posted On Feb 2nd 2016
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Cation Pronunciation: [kat-ahy-uh n, -on] -noun, Chemistry 1. An ion with a paws-itive charge. 2. The cutest ion ever.
Posted On Dec 29th 2015
That cat is not wearing safety goggles, he hasn’t even bothered to clean up that spilled solvent, and he is holding that Erlenmeyer flask way too close to his face. Pusheen the Cat, more like Pusheen the limits of lab safety
Posted On Dec 28th 2015
Don’t move, or I’ll fill you full of 98% lead, 1% antimony, 0.75% silver, 200 parts per million nickel, trace amounts of cobalt, and other components below their respective detection limits! Wait a minute! Are those values certified?!
Posted On Dec 23rd 2015
Figure 1. graduated cylinder Figure 2. dropout cylinder
Posted On Dec 22nd 2015
A. A one molar solution
Posted On Dec 21st 2015
I didn’t even know they were catholic!
Posted On Dec 18th 2015
I bet that bench is really unstable.
Posted On Dec 17th 2015
It becomes daytrogen I’m going to bed. Good nitrogen Sleep tightrogen Don’t let the bed bugs bitrogen
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