Chemistry (class)

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Ok everyone, welcome to the first day of classes. I will be your professor for this semester so let's make this a great one. I'll be giving an introduction to our subject this class, which will give all of you some insight into what to expect over the next few weeks.

Chemistry is the science of blowing things up. Chemistry has existed for years, maybe even forever. Sir Isaac Newton was a chemist in his spare time and the field of chemistry has had it's share of other famous figures dabble in it from time to time. Simply from it's description many may jump to the conclusion that the field of chemistry would be filled with pyromaniacs and those looking to do harm which is simply ludacris as the science of chemistry is a noble subject that would not be breached by ones who are so base.

The study of chemistry came into prominence once it became obvious that humans loved to take drugs and blow things up. After that it literally exploded both in magnitude and complexity. The Chinese were pioneers in the field of chemistry for many years as they were the first to launch explosions into the air with fireworks. Unfortunately for the Chinese their secret got loose and advancements in chemistry were made throughout the rest of the world. Cannons were soon invented using properties of chemistry (particularly the exothermic ones) by the Arabs. In order to...In order- ah, sorry I'm not feeling too good, but I'll be fine. Anyway, in order to contain the chemical reactions large metal tubes were constructed so that no one would get hurt, well other than the people they were firing it at. Not long after that hand cannons were invented and from their hand guns. The invention of guns led to a popular slogan "Guns don't kill people, chemistry kills people." Chemistry has also been responsible for the development of bombs throughout history. Bombs, like cannons, have advanced through time. Developments in bomb technology has led to the invention of large police forces adding a chemistry squad in order to deal with bomb threats. Notable serial killer Ted Kaczynski applied chemistry in the use of his mail-order bombs. But- wait...that's not. Not every chemist is a serial killer ok? In any group there are bound to be... some... gah does anyone else feel like it's really stuffy in here? I just feel so....strange...

edit Branches of Chemistry

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Um...I'll start out with a brief description of the different branches of chemistry.

edit Physical chemistry

Physical chemistry is the gay quadriplegic that came out when Physics and Chemistry mated. Its implementation in the real world requires black magic.

edit Organic Chemistry

This branch of chemistry dedicated to the purification of cocaine and the synthesis of methamphetamines.

edit Environmental chemistry

Environmental chemistry is the subject matter that you hear about when hippies become educated. It is full of tree-huggers and politicians.

edit Marine Chemistry

A fake branch of chemistry dedicated to the quantification of the concentration of fish sperm in the ocean.

edit Analytical chemistry

Analytical chemistry is an attempt to quantify the size and magnitude of explosions and determine which compounds produce the largest explosions when either mixed or ignited.

edit Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic chemistry works hand in hand with analytical chemistry. It also attempts to figure out how to mix things together to get explosions. All people who study inorganic chemistry are colorblind and older than the observable universe.

edit Polymer Chemistry

Polymer chemistry is the science of increasing the amount of plastic in the ocean and in the landfills. It is the archenemy of environmental chemistry.

edit Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear chemistry is dedicated to blowing things up with very large and destructive explosions. Another archenemy of environmental chemistry.

edit Astrochemistry

This branch of chemistry is dedicated to analyzing the dipspit emanated from the Houston Astros.

edit Thermochemistry

This is the science of quantifying the heat given off during an explosion. Proper study of this subject can lead to new and bigger explosions.

edit Mechanochemistry

This is the science of smashing balls together in order to make chemical reactions happen.

edit Chemical Elements

Although there are many elements there are only a couple we will be dealing with in this class

edit Main Elements

  • Earth
  • Fire
  • Water
  • Air

edit What you can expect

edit Equations

Powder + fire \rightarrow BOOM! + POW! + BANG! + AHAHAHA

edit Pictures of Explosions

  • This is an explosion.
  • This is an explosion too.
  • I know this might comfuse you but yes, this is an explosion as well.

edit Lab Requirements

edit Blast Protection

All of you need to make sure to wear blast-proof clothing for lab. This means no open-toed shoes, shorts, t-shirts... you know what, just wear a suit of armor it'll just be easier.

edit Clean-up

After lab you'll need to assist other students with...ROOTING OUT THE WEAK IN YOUR CLASS. AHAHAHA. THOSE WHO FAIL WILL BE LEFT IN THE DUST. THOSE WHO BOTH FAIL AND ARE UNLUCKY WILL BE PLASTERED ACROSS THE WALLS...AND I'LL NEED HELP GETTING THEM OFF. THAT STUFF IS PRETTY GROSS.

edit A GOOD EVIL LAUGH

A MAJOR PORTION OF YOUR LAB GRADE WILL BE DETERMINED BY HOW MUCH YOUR EVIL LAUGH IMPROVES. AN EVIL LAUGH IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF YOUR CHEMISTRY TRAINING. YOU WOULDN'T WANT TO BE EMBARRASSED BY YOUR LAUGH AFTER LOUDLY ANNOUNCING YOUR PLANS TO BLOW UP NIAGARA FALLS NOW WOULD YOU?

edit HELPING ME DESTROY ALL OF ENGLAND!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! SEE?

edit Next Class

Oh, God. I need an advil or something. Well, it looks like we're out of time. Make sure you all bring your periodic tables on Wednesday.

edit Homework

I almost forgot:
Read Chapters 1-50 and do all the problems following each chapter.
And I put three handouts online, MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh, and practice your evil laugh.

edit Sources

H. Jekyll et. al A commentary of the study of Chemistry and its many branches. London, UK, 1886.

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