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7th grade science class. I can still picture my teacher reciting it. Does everyone learn this rhyme the same way, with the chemist named “Willie”? It seems likely the name would vary from region to region …
Little Willie was a chemist,
Little Willie is no more,
For what he thought was H2O
Опасен при приёме внутрь концентрированных растворов. Вызывает выраженные деструктивные изменения, сходные с действиями щелочей. Летальная доза 30%-го раствора пероксида водорода (пергидроля) — 50—100 мл
That was a “REAL FAS JOKE.” Thanks for playing me. But now I ain’t playing!
Personal note to you both,
Now if what I saw this morning right in front of me wasn’t a Flash of Genius wait till you see what’s next!
So much for your FAS Theory.. Strike that you are full of S##T!
Is it just me, or when “6” uses the prepubescent phrase “lulz”, does anybody else throw up in their mouths a little?
The 2nd man had whiter teeth.
Take that Morgan Lewis!
I am citing this post in my next brief.
I appreciate that.
At least he would have white teeth – can someone say open casket?
The companion says “I’ll keep an ion you.”
y u no credit this to a chemistry cat meme-maker @ icanhascheezburger?
One would have thought IP lawyers would pay more attention to IP rights … LOL
So… a couple of hydrogen atoms are walking down the street and one stops suddenly and starts patting around at his pockets, etc., looking confused.
Asked by his companion if something is wrong, he says, “I think I lost my electron”.
The companion asks, “are you sure?” and the first one replies,
Yes, I’M POSITIVE.
Lighten up, Francis.
“Higher concentrations, like 50% and 70% and 90%, are used for some industrial purposes, and as rocket fuel. The higher the percentage of peroxide, the more dangerous it is, and the more special handling it takes.”
Next time try more than wikipedia for your trolling
I think harmful if in high concentrations (e.g., if drank a glass of it at a bar).
High-concentration hydrogen peroxide streams, typically above 40%, should be considered a D001 hazardous waste, due to concentrated hydrogen peroxide’s meeting the definition of a DOT oxidizer according to U.S. regulations, if released into the environment.
link to en.wikipedia.org
Zhog, to quote wikipedia, “Swallowing hydrogen peroxide solutions is particularly dangerous, as decomposition in the stomach releases large quantities of gas (10 times the volume of a 3% solution) leading to internal bleeding.”
RE Harmless to drink – only if highly diluted.
H2O2 is more commonly known as “Hydrogen Peroxide”. It’s harmless to drink. Next time at least try wikipedia.
I lulzed. Also, a great little pic.
Without all the contextual clues, I never would have got it!
Why is that cat wearing David Boundy’s bowtie?
That’s great. Keep ’em comin.
Also get from stores some red and white striped paint.
Please go to stores and get a tin of elbow grease.
Almost as good as this oldie but goodie – beware the DHMO tainted sewage!
link to dhmo.org
But at least his hair was blonde at the end.
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