"How do you kick a ceiling by accident?!"
Bo N Co U Ra Ge.
♫ All I want for Christmas is *everything on this list* ♫
Bloody scientists, coming over here, winning Nobel Prizes.
"A picture is a key to understanding," says the award announcement.
Finally, a short trivia quiz!
"Wow." –You in a minute.
Don't try any of these things at home.
Do you know your noble gasses from your nonmetals?
Trigger warning – may bring back some horrendous childhood memories.
Good luck to all you communications majors!
How much do you remember from school?
Turns out, you can learn a lot from your spit.
How much do you really know about the 118 identified chemical elements?
Warning: This is pretty tough. Based on real AQA past exam papers.
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Oh chemistree, oh chemistree...
"It’s similar to the beginning of the 19th century, when scientists demonstrated electrical machines, which then created a revolution."
Do you know your catalysts from your cations?
Do you remember your noble gases from your halogens?
"Arsole" or "Bumzene"?
Come on, you've always wondered.
Will you make what you're supposed to or end up blowing up the lab?
What am I?
Would you rather spend a day in the library, in the lab, or in the field?
Pretty, subtle, and delightfully weird.
Kimwipes can be used for so many things.
One question wrong and you FAILium.
If A-level science existed and involved answering just 12 multiple-choice questions.
Chemistry geeks rejoice! The 7th period is complete!
She isn't the hero we deserve, but she is the one we need.
Behold the splendor of science!
Henry Lloyd Snape taught chemistry at a university in Wales. CHEMISTRY.
Will your science skills hold up?
Try to focus, try to focus...
We give you the symbol. You tell us the element.
Give 'em to your cutie "pi" or keep them for yourself.
Let's get zen and bring some balance into our lives...
Pavlov? It rings a bell...
If you look for it, I've got a sneaky feeling you'll find that science actually is all around.
Tried to come up with a chemistry joke but all the good ones Argon.
Discovering how cells fix their own genes has won three scientists the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Like... Do you remember ANY science?
How well do you remember this extremely important part of high school chemistry?
There's antimony, arsenic, aluminum, selenium...
How well-rounded is your scientific knowledge?
Do you remember your chemical bonds? What about those moles?