organic chemistry

Published May 30th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Sorry for my bad english,i’m an italian chemistry student,i was studing about organic structures when i was touched by his noodly appendage!!!

Mangiate in pace




What is this structure? It is responsible for some very important things, no doubt – anyone know?

59 Responses to “organic chemistry”

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  1. gmanterry says:

    Your English is perfect. Far better than a lot of native English speakers who flame our site.

  2. Lyvvie says:

    Well It’s definitely more complex than boring old Laminin.

  3. Skiddywinks says:

    Wow, that looks so similar to the FSM that it gives me goosebumps.

    Lyvvie, that link makes my brain hurt -_-
    Some people…

  4. Stephanie says:

    Your English beats all of the native Americans who send us hate mail, as does your knowledge of Science :D.
    Grazie Roberto!

  5. Marf says:

    Well, if I’m right in calling it C6H18O2 then it is Hydric Pelargonate. What it’s used for I don’t know…

  6. Brachigobio says:

    Finaly another italian pastafarian!
    Che i venti soffino sempre a tuo favore, nel nome di Barbanera, della pastasciutta e del numero di Avogadro, RAMEN

  7. Caveat Lector says:

    Well, its studying and not studing

    but other than that your English is perfect and much better than the fundamentalists who burden our site with their poor English Spelling and Grammar. How can they debate the existance of a deity when they weren’t even smart enough to pass elementry school!

    lol but your English is great!

    may you be touched by his noodly appendage

  8. Fishy says:

    It’s some sort of hydrocarbon. Can’t tell you which though.

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