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#129 - mrfourtysevenman has deleted their comment [-]
#128 - anonymous (06/01/2012) [-]
why do u guys like science? I got an F in science and I have to retake it again and its stupid -_____________- I dont even get over half of this stupid ****
User avatar #141 to #128 - pidgeon (06/01/2012) [-]
You don't understand it because it's stupid? Riiiiight.
#133 to #128 - gilgindor (06/01/2012) [-]
Or maybe you're just ******* stupid.
#127 - anonymous (06/01/2012) [-]
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#122 - roflstorm (06/01/2012) [-]
she asked another student
he said....
User avatar #171 to #122 - fuzzehmushroom (06/02/2012) [-]
I saw what you tried to do there... But the correct formula is Potassium Oxide. Sorry bud.
User avatar #172 to #171 - roflstorm (06/02/2012) [-]
WRONG
potassium oxide would be KO
this is OK
oxide potassium
User avatar #173 to #172 - fuzzehmushroom (06/02/2012) [-]
Correct, but Oxide potassium does not exist. The non-metal has to go last. Faggot.
User avatar #174 to #173 - roflstorm (06/02/2012) [-]
just ******* go with it!
User avatar #175 to #174 - fuzzehmushroom (06/02/2012) [-]
I would have, had you not said i was wrong. XD Ah well.
#158 to #122 - Milotic (06/01/2012) [-]
Oh man I saw what you did there   
Good one bro
Oh man I saw what you did there
Good one bro
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#123 to #121 - anonymous (06/01/2012) [-]
I'm guessing you're one of those "oh look, a lot of people like something, I'd better hate it" types. Other people like it, deal with it.
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#115 - anonymous (06/01/2012) [-]
Why use nitrogen dioxide, while nitrogen oxide is NO
User avatar #125 to #115 - pukingrainbows (06/01/2012) [-]
Because NO barely exists for more than a fraction of a second.
#119 to #115 - anonymous (06/01/2012) [-]
you mean nitrogen monoxide?
User avatar #126 to #119 - unhappyspanners (06/01/2012) [-]
I think you can use either. Correct me if I'm wrong though.
#114 - Deception (06/01/2012) [-]
**Deception rolled a random image posted in comment #88 at Haddock lol **
#106 - Userjames (06/01/2012) [-]
**Userjames rolled a random image posted in comment #307 at HARRY POTTER GEEKKKKK ** mfw today is science day
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#100 - faithrider (06/01/2012) [-]
**faithrider rolled a random image posted in comment #224 at future single mom ** FOR SCIENCE!
#109 to #100 - JudasLitl (06/01/2012) [-]
angry grill disagrees
User avatar #99 - angelbur (06/01/2012) [-]
How did this get front page???
#96 - anonymous (06/01/2012) [-]
The hell is a geography teacher asking chem questions for?
#95 - likeoneninja (06/01/2012) [-]
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User avatar #89 - etherlord (06/01/2012) [-]
This was on my chemistry final 3 hours ago.... I wish I saw this sooner. I'm not sure if I put it as molecular or empirical.
User avatar #107 to #89 - rplix (06/01/2012) [-]
Well...if you used the % of each substance to find an equation that would be empirical. Molecular is just the simplifying of the empirical formula.
User avatar #108 to #107 - etherlord (06/01/2012) [-]
I didn't remember any of that at the time of my exam.
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