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Original post by TypicalNerd
arsole

Arsole is probably one of my favourite molecules hehehe
Its work experience day today, and the field needs ploughing, so ill crack on with that while EU-KARY-OATS.
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What kind of fish is only made up of two sodium atoms? 2Na.
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Original post by bl0bf1sh
Arsole is probably one of my favourite molecules hehehe

I heard if you stick a benzene ring to it, you get benzarsole. Fuse 6 arsoles together and you get sexiarsole (apparently a very pretty molecule).

Though a word of warning from experienced organoarsenic chemists would indicate that arsoles are exceptionally pungent…
having to check the weather the old fashioned way on my baroreceptor
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Invisible touch................

Songs by Gluconeogenesis.
lol sorry i got loads of biology ones lol
Why did the bacterium cross the microscope? To get to the other slide
Trying to think of some good eye jokes… they keep getting cornea and cornea
my cat Sy, hesjust so lazy. yet again hes gone for a synapse.
Work experience day number 1 (see earlier post) was bad, but not as bad as the second experienc day. I had to go fishing to catch krebs.
My friend cannot get over his ex. He’s just being irrational. :wink:
That shailene woodley really showed them in the end. divergent evolution wins.
I wish i was adenine then i would get paired up with U
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Original post by TypicalNerd
I heard if you stick a benzene ring to it, you get benzarsole. Fuse 6 arsoles together and you get sexiarsole (apparently a very pretty molecule).

Though a word of warning from experienced organoarsenic chemists would indicate that arsoles are exceptionally pungent…

An aryl selenide = ArSe


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_chemical_compounds_with_unusual_names
One of my favourites being the formula for polonium monoxide hehe

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