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    Dihydrogen Monoxide
    http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html

    Some crazy stuff! My dad found out this stuff is all in my pool.

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    - Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by iBeldar
    http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html

    Some crazy stuff! My dad found out this stuff is all in my pool.

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    If my memory of high school chemistry serves me correctly, the scientific name for this chemical would be "hydrogen hydroxide" or "hydrogen oxide."

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    Quote Originally Posted by iBeldar
    http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html

    Some crazy stuff! My dad found out this stuff is all in my pool.

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    that website is got a lot of words and i can't handle it

    still a big thanks for finding the information

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    yea....2 hydrogens and one oxide sounds a lot like H2O to me and i hope their is a whole crapload of it in your pool or else when you dive in it will be very painful.

    my freshman year of H.S. chem teacher got us all good with that one
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    OMG! I've seen them sell that in the store! My friend's a high school teacher - I should have him alert his students, see if anyone takes action on this new development! :p

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    haha! funny

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    If my memory of high school chemistry serves me correctly, the scientific name for this chemical would be "hydrogen hydroxide" or "hydrogen oxide."
    well, when hydrogen is paired with metals, it acts like a metal, and when paired with a nonmetal, acts as a nonmetal. oxygen is a nonmetal, so the compound h2o should be named as such- Dihydrogen monoxide. (i love chemistry)

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