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Chemistry Jokes | Part 5

The best first: Everybody knows H2O is the formula for water. But what about ice? H2O2!
 What is H2O4? It’s for drinking, washing, gargling… you name it.

Sometimes, Cesium and Iodine get together and watch telly. CSI is their preference.

What to do with a chemist who’s gotten sick? If you can’t curium and you can’t helium, find a good spot to barium.

Two atoms are walking along when one says, “Hey, somebody just stole my electron!”
“Are you sure?” asks the other electron.
“Yeah, I’m positive!”
My experiment blew up, annihilating the entire lab. But that’s life, oxidants happen.

Why is it not a good idea to get romantically involved with a hemiacetal? Because he is seriously unstable and always has some alcohol.

Titanium is a right old slut. It combines with just about anything when it gets in a heat.

I got this fantastic book about helium. It is impossible to lay down.

All this arguing whether the glass is half full or half empty is futile. It is always full, only in varying ratios of liquid and gas.

If you wished to be discreet and inoffensive to the ladies of polite society, how would you write diarrhea? (CO(NH2)2)2

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