These are the best chemistry and periodic table jokes, puns, and one-liners on the internet!
The jokes below are appropriate for kids and adults alike and are perfect to be used in the classroom. Whether you are a chemistry student, a science lover, a periodic table nerd or an element fanatic these jokes, puns and one-liner have all the "elements" of a funny chemistry joke.
- Why are chemists always happy in the lab?
They are in their element.
- Why does oxygen love pool parties?
There are two Hydrogens for every Oxygen.
- Why did the bear dissolve in water? It was a polar bear.
- If Iron Man and Silver Surfer teamed up, they’d be alloys.
- A neutron asks the bartender how much a drink costs. The bartender says, “For you, no charge.”
- If trees produced wifi we would be planting them everywhere, too bad they only produce oxygen.
- People say I'm obsessed with chemistry jokes, "beryllium" not… (But really I'm not)
- Somewhere, in the universe, there is a world with no war, no hate, no hunger, and no poverty. And also no oxygen.
- Wanna hear a joke about potassium? K
- Oxygen and potassium went on a date. It went OK.
- Henning Brand discovered phosphorous by boiling urine. That’s why they call it P.
- Diamond and charcoal on their first date:
- What are the elements of life?
Lithium and Iron = LiFe
- Why do you only get bad chemistry jokes?
The good ones Argon
- What do you call someone who says that a Lithium and Argon atom bonded?
- Why did Oxygen leave his Chlorine girlfriend?
She was toxic.
- Why don’t people tell a lot of chemistry jokes?
They are scared of the reaction.
- How do you laugh at a Helium Joke?
He He He
- What do you do with dead Chemists?
- What did the Chemist have with his eggs?
Barium, Cobalt and Nitrogen (BaCoN)
- What do you call Oxygen and Nitrogen training together?
- What happens when you eat aluminum?
You sheet metal
- Why do chemists like nitrates so much?
They’re cheaper than day rates.
- How many particles are in one bowl of guacamole?
- Have you seen the movie “The Fith Element”?
- If H20 is water; H202 is Hydrogen Peroxide; What is H204?
- A thread:
- What do you call it when you catch a piece of plutonium in the ocean?
- What did the oxygen atom say to the beryllium atom?
Sometimes you can be 2 positive. (Because beryllium has a 2+ charge)
- Why can you never trust an atom?
They make up everything.
- What do you call a plant growing in a lab?
- When an element sees a theft to who does he report the crime?
- What happens to nitrogen in direct sunlight?
It becomes daytrogen.
- Why did the proton refuse to speak to the neutron?
He was mad atom.
- What is Cole’s Law?
Thinly sliced cabbage
- Why are most plutonium elements upset when they turn 24000 years old?
They have a midlife crisis.
- What do you call a gun made of Sodium Chloride?
- Why is ammonia an easy gas to teach about?
Because it’s basic stuff.
- Two hydrogen atoms walk into a bar.
The one says: “I’ve lost my electron”
“Are you sure?” says the other one.
The first one replies, “Yes, I’m posive!”
- Helium walks into a bar.
The bartender says, “We don’t serve noble gasses here.”
Helium doesn’t react...
- What do you call a stupid element?
- We couldn’t catch the chemical thieves. They were to phosphorus
- What do you call an ion that also raps?
Fluoride, duh (Flo Rida)
- What kind of fish is made up of only two sodium atoms?
- What did the hipster ice block say to the water?
I was water before I was cool.
- What did the German student say when the teacher said the atomic weight of beryllium is 8.
“Nein!” (Because beryllium has an atomic weight of 9 and "Nein" means no in German)
- Fluorine and chlorine walk into a bar. The bartender greets them: “Halo gens”
- What was neon called before they discovered that it glows?
- What animal lives underground and consists of 12 grams of carbon?
- Why doesn’t the photon take any luggage on his vacation?
He’s travelling light.
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