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Hilarious Chemistry Jokes for Kids

You'll react with lots of laughter to these jokes!

Ah, chemistry. One of the most important and fundamental sciences... and also one of the most hilarious sources of science jokes!

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Did you hear that formaldehyde went on a vacation? Did you hear that formaldehyde went on a vacation?

It now goes by casual-dehyde! It now goes by casual-dehyde!

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One atom says to another, "I think someone stole one of my electrons!" One atom says to another, "I think someone stole one of my electrons!"

The other replies, are you positive? The other replies, are you positive?

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Some people love chemistry... Some people love chemistry...

Others have alkynes of trouble with it! Others have alkynes of trouble with it!

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Argon is a chemical element, with atomic number 18 and symbol Ar.

What are a pirate's three favorite elements? What are a pirate's three favorite elements?

Obviously, gold and silver... but don't forget aaarrrgon! Obviously, gold and silver... but don't forget aaarrrgon!

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What did the suspicious solution say to the other? What did the suspicious solution say to the other?

"I've got my ion you!" "I've got my ion you!"

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What do chemists say after blowing up balloons? What do chemists say after blowing up balloons?

"HeHe!" "HeHe!"

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What do you do with a group of sick chemists? What do you do with a group of sick chemists?

Well, if you can't helium or curium, you might as well barium! Well, if you can't helium or curium, you might as well barium!

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Sulfur, tungsten, and silver are chemical elements. Their symbols are sulfur (S), tungsten (W), silver (Ag).

What do you get when you mix sulfur, tungsten, and silver? What do you get when you mix sulfur, tungsten, and silver?

A whole lot of SWAG! A whole lot of SWAG!

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Zinc is a chemical element, with atomic number 30 and symbol Zn.

Where do chemists put their dirty dishes? Where do chemists put their dirty dishes?

In the zinc! In the zinc!

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Electron pushing or arrow pushing is a technique used by organic chemists to help describe chemical reactions.

Why do people think organic chemists are so mean? Why do people think organic chemists are so mean?

They're always pushing electrons around! They're always pushing electrons around!

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Argon is a chemical element, with atomic number 18 and symbol Ar.

Why is it so tough to make up funny science jokes? Why is it so tough to make up funny science jokes?

All the good punchlines argon already! All the good punchlines argon already!

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Why shouldn't you trust an atom? Why shouldn't you trust an atom?

They make up everything! They make up everything!

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Why were the atoms such great friends? Why were the atoms such great friends?

They bonded well together! They bonded well together!


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