A High School subject that doesn't have to be so damn necessarily hard to understand. If the book authors learned how to write in lamence terms for us non-scientists, maybe we should be able to cover the whole 30 chapter book in a hour. But noooo... those geeks really had to make it difficult. Actually, they add nothing but demonstrations and no official formulas, and they use big words to explain something as simple as a damn "mole" measurement. Therefore we have to take pen and paper and make our own damn formulas, no thanks to that $50.00 piece of crap.
I read chapter 1 to chapter 10, 75% of it consists of irrelevant situations of how to use what we are learning, in ways we never even thought it could be useless enough. 10% of it is actual examples where you must stare with a blank face and make up your own formulas, 15% is review work which you don't know how to do.
The only natural science that can be broken down into the categories "making drugs" and "blowing stuff up". Unfortunately, chemistry isn't all fun and games, mostly because of chemistry teachers, who are always bitching about things like "significant figures" and "molality versus molarity".
Remember that chemistry demonstration where the teacher burned his eyebrows off? That was hilarious.
A school subject that teaches the alert young anarchist how to make primative explosive devices.
One of the few useful things I learnt at school was how to make nitro-based explosives.
A notion, mostly used by very shallow girls, which suggests that there's this mysterious attraction between two people that's out of anyone's control, and either "just happens" or "just doesn't happen". It's complete bullshit, and more specifically just a cop out to use when a superficial girl tries to pretend she isn't shallow by telling some guy "there's just no chemistry between us", as an excuse not to be together. What she's really saying is "I'm an ignorant bimbo too hung-up on superficial qualities, and I don't care how nice you are because you're not "hot" enough for me. I need someone more attractive, even if he is a complete and total asshole". Then they go around saying things like "Oh, woe is me, I don't know why I keep ending up with the wrong guys". Gee, I wonder why. Will they ever get a clue? Maybe, but it usually doesn't happen until the girl finally grows up, which is usually around the time she turns 40 or so and realizes the qualities in a person that REALLY matter.
I believe that chemistry plays a huge part in a relationship and if that isn't there, then it's just not meant to be.
-- just another bimbo
Chemistry is the process of torturing high school students into freaking out and consequently dropping out of school.
That bum was a victim of chemistry.
The result of what happens when Math and Science become butt buddies.
Jennifer: So Sally, you up for some Chemistry Pre-AP PSAT CAHSEE College-prep Testing?! WHOOOOO CHEMISTRY!
Sally: Fuck chemistry, I'm becoming a stripper, bitch.
(noun) 1. An excruciating form of torture; sometimes self-imposed. 2. Death broken down into many hourly segments, usually occuring in groups of 17 or more. 3. An extreme social disorder usually with physical symptoms.
1. I'd rather do chemistry than go out with you. 2. I can't go out tonight, I've got chemistry.
- An education course often hated by those that do not have the mental capacity to comprehend it. Often referred to as “boring” and “useless” by ignorant students, but appreciated by those that see its consequences to society and technology. In college, chemistry is used as a filter class to weed out ill prepared or unintelligent pre-meds and other technical field majors. Serves to re-route them to a more appropriate field such as sociology, business, or political “science”.
- A physical science dealing with the world of atoms and the molecules they form. Divided classically into 5 branches: physical, organic, inorganic, analytical, and biological.
-Man, how am I ever going to get into med school if I fail general chemistry for the third time?!?!
-Chemistry is freaking sweet, personally I love physical chem though organic is pretty cool sometimes too.