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Chemistry is funny and chemists have a great sense of humor! Do you have a chemistry joke or riddle or are you looking for one? Share your chemistry joke or read jokes submitted by other readers. Share Your Chemistry Joke

Sad chemistry teacher

Why was the chemistry teacher sad at night?Because all her students argon home.
—Guest frances

Potassium

3 potassium walk into a bar, all the black men ran away
—Guest blake

Hot Chemists Rock

This is rockin' hot stuff: TANTALUM BARIUM SULFO-CARBONYL. The formula, of course is TaBaSCO
—Guest Uncle Brewce

Another Chemistry Joke

What happens to nitrogen when there's sunlight? It becomes daytrogen
—Guest Mohamed H.

Oxygen and Magnesium

When I herd that oxygen and magnesium were dating I was like "OMg!!"
—Guest Hayle

Sick Chemist

What do you do with a sick chemist? If you can't helium, and you can't curium, then you might as well barium
—Guest Sassy the Sasquatch

Cobalt

Why was cobalt hired for the orchestra? Because it was a good conductor!
—Guest Shadow Finx

Over Titration

Well thanks for overtitrating my chemistry jokes Mr. Serious.
—Guest Saint Rivera

Complete Dissociation

We're completely lost in this lesson, I guess you can say complete dissociation. ;D
—Guest Saint Rivera

I think you're a ten ( pH joke)

Girl you a ten and by that on the pH scale you basic girl.
—Guest Saint Rivera

Element 43

What did you do with Element 43 last night? None of your Bismuth
—Guest Mohamed H.

Boron

I like chimestry, but its really boron me to death.
—Guest Why

SODIUM JOKES

What do you call a fish with 2 sodium atoms? A 2-NA
—Guest Anish Bhalla

Hospital

What happens when you mix Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sulfur, Platinum, and Aluminum? You go to the HOSPtAl !
—Guest Bob

Pick up line

Are you a charged form of Uranium? Because I've got my ion U.
—Guest Matt and Jason

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