I need a pun about chemistry and kindness for a project. Thanks in advance!
But i think all the good ones Argon...
all the good ones Argon
I don't get a reaction
I've found that making them with people is usually a great bonding experience.
My chemistry teacher loves making puns at every chance she gets, so she always comes up with interesting names for the chapters we learn.
Ch 1 & 3: What's the matter? (The chapter was obviously about matter)
Ch 4: Speaking periodically (about the periodic table)
Ch 5 & 6: Bond, chemical bond (about chemical bonds)
Ch 7: Holey Moley! (about converting measurements to moles)
Ch 8: My chemical reaction (about chemical reactions)
Well, sorry to radon your parade, but all of your belongings from your house argon. Someone stole them, and judging by the evidence, whoever stole them would want to barium. There he is! Cesium! Don't let him get away!
Funny collection of chemistry puns
What do you get when you mix sulfur, tungsten, and silver? SWAG
Did you hear about the man who got cooled to absolute zero? He’s 0K now.
What do you call a tooth in a glass of water? A one molar solution.
How do Sulfur and Oxygen communicate? A sulfone
What do you call Iron blowing in the wind? Febreeze.
Why do chemists call helium, curium, and barium the healing elements? Because if you can’t helium or curium, you barium!
Why did the noble gas cry? Because all his friends argon.
Why did the acid go to the gym? To become a buffer solution!
Why can you never trust atoms? They make up everything!
Why does hamburger have lower energy than steak? Because it’s in the ground state.
How many moles are in a guacamole? Avocado’s number.
If H2O is the formula for water, what is the formula for ice? H2O cubed.
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Context: I am in a chemistry class where we are analyzing amounts of mercury in fish sample matrix that is not reaching the conditions for analysis.
Joke: You can tuna fish, but you can't tuna Mercury matrix.
All the good chemistry puns argon, but I can zinc of a copper new ones.
But then I thought; 'Nah, too basic...'
I’m in my element when I do
Looks like I have an alcohol problem.
Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
My wife drove by with the kids and visited me at work. While I was saying hi, this happened:
Wife: You have some silly kids in here.
Me: And in here [indicate my lab], I have some sili-cates!
but all good ones argon
I didn’t get a reaction
(That was an Alkali.)
He gave me no reaction.
But I didnt think I would get a reaction
In chemistry you should never lick the spoon
...so she sent me home with a colloidal suspension.
you should chemis-try again
But all the good ones Argon
..It's an oxidant waiting to happen.
Those who study it have alkynes of troubles.
But it got no reaction.
Said by a British chemist: "I'll kick your arsenic!"
Said by an American chemist: "I'll kick your astatine!"