Christmas Songs

Christmas Songs

A Visit from Father Christmas The Chemistry Teacher is Coming to Town Test Tubes Bubbling A Visit from Father Christmas (A Christmas Fable) The students were sleeping So sound in their dorms, All dreaming of fluids And Crystalline forms. Lab-Aides in their aprons And I in my smock Were sitting, recov'ring From semester-end shock. The flood-lights shone out

And I in my smock Were sitting, recov'ring From semester-end shock. The flood-lights shone out O'er the campus so bright It looked like old Stockholm On Nobel Prize Night. My fume-blinded eyes, Then viewed (dare I say?) Eight anions pulling A water-trough sleigh. And holding the bonds Tied to each one of them Was a figure I knew As our own Papa Chem. With speeds in excess

Of most X-rays they came. As they Dopplered along He called each one by name. "Now Nitrite, Now Phosphate, Now Borate, now Chloride, On Citrate, on Bromate, On Sulfite and Oxide. Forget what you know Of that randomness stuff, Let's go straight to that roof, If you've quanta enough." As fluids Bernoullian Behave in a pinch Those ions said "Alchemists, This is a cinch," So up to the lab-roof Those "chargers" they sped

With Pop Chemistry safe In his water-trough sled. The Chemistry Teacher is Coming to Town You better not weigh You better not heat You better not react Im telling you now The Chemistry Teachers coming to town. Hes collecting data Hes checking it twice Hes goin find out the heat of melting ice The Chemistry Teachers coming to town. He sees you when youre decanting He knows when you titrate He knows when you are safe or not So wear goggles for goodness sakes.

Oh, you better not filter and drink your filtrate. You better not be careless and spill your precipitate. The Chemistry Teachers coming to town. Test Tubes Bubbling (The Christmas Song Chestnuts roasting on an open fire) Test tubes bubbling in a water bath strong smells nipping at your nose Tiny molecules with their atoms all aglow will find it hard to be inert tonight. They know that Chlorines on its way hes loaded lots of little electrons on his sleigh. And every students slide rule is on the sly To see if the teacher can really multiply. And so I offer you this simple phrase To chemistry students in this room

Although its been said many times many ways Merry Molecules to you. The Twelve Days of Chemistry On the first day of chemistry My teacher gave to me A candle from Chem Study (Second day) Two asbestos pads (Third day) Three little beakers (Fourth day) Four worksheets (Fifth day) Five golden moles (Sixth day)

Six flaming test tubes (Seventh day) Seven unknown samples (Eighth day) Eight homework problems (Ninth day) Nine grams of salt (Tenth day) A ten page test (Eleventh day) Eleven molecules (Twelfth day) A twelve point quiz I'm Dreaming of a White Precipitate I'm dreaming of a white precipitate

just like the ones I used to make Where the colors are vivid and the chemist is livid to see impurities in the snow. I'm dreaming of a white precipitate with every chemistry test I write may your equations be balanced and right and may all your reactions be bright Silent Labs Silent labs, difficult labs All with math, all with graphs Observations of colors and smells Calculations and graph curves like bells Memories of tests that have past Oh--how long will chemistry last?

Silent labs, difficult labs All with math, all with graphs Lots of equations that need balancing Gas pressure problems that make my head ring Santa Chlorine's on his way Oh--Please Santa bring me an 'A'. Deck the Labs Deck the labs with rubber tubing, Fa la la la la, la la la la. Use your funnel and your filter, Fa la la la la, la la la la. Don we now our goggles and aprons, Fa la la la la, la la la la. Before we go to our lab stations, Fa la la la la, la la la la. Fill the beakers with solutions, Fa la la la la, la la la la. Mix solutions for reactions, Fa la la la la, la la la la. Watch we now for observations, Fa la la la la, la la la la. So we can collect our data, Fa la la la la, la la la la.

We Wish You a Happy Halogen We wish you a happy halogen We wish you a happy halogen We wish you a happy halogen To react with a metal. Good acid we bring to you and your base. We wish you a merry molecule and a happy halogen. Chemistry Wonderland Gases explode, are you listenin' In your rest tube, silver glistens A beautiful sight, we're happy tonight Walking in a chemistry wonderland.

Gone away, is the buoyancy Here to stay, is the density A beautiful sight, we're happy tonight Walking in a chemistry wonderland. In the beaker we will make lead carbonate and decide if what's left is nitrate My partner asks "Do we measure it in moles or grams?" and I'll say, "Does it matter in the end?" Later on, as we calculate the amount, of our nitrate We'll face unafraid, the precipitates that we made walking in a chemistry wonderland. O Come all ye Gases

O Come all yea gases diatomic wonders O come yea, o come yea calls Avogadro. O come yea in moles 6 x 10 to the 23rd O molar mass and molecules O volume, pressure and temperature O molar volume of gases at S.T.P. We Three Students of Chemistry Are We three students of chemistry are taking tests that we think are hard Stoichiometry, volumes and densities worrying all the time. O room of wonder room of fright

Room of thermites blinding light: With your energies please don't burn us Help us get our labs all right. Iron the Red Atom Molecule (to the tune of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer) There was Cobalt and Argon and Carbon and Fluorine Silver and Boron and Neon and Bromine But do you recall the most famous element of all? Iron the red atom molecules, had a very shiny orbital And if you ever saw him, You'd enjoy his magnetic glow All of the other molecules, used to laugh and call him Ferrum They never let poor Iron, join in any reaction games. Then one inert Chemistry eve, Santa came to say

Iron with your orbital so bright, won't you catalyze the reaction tonight? Then how the atoms reacted, and combined in twos and threes Iron the red atom molecule, you'll go down in Chemistry! Lab Reports (to the tune of Jingle Bells) Dashing through the lab, with a ten page lab report. Taking all those tests, and laughing at them all Bells for fire drills ring, making spirits bright What fun it is to laugh and sing a chemistry song tonight. Oh, lab report, lab reports, reacting all the way. Oh what fun it is to study for a chemistry test today, Hey! Chemistry test, chemistry test, isn't it a blast Oh what fun it is to take a chemistry test and pass. Silver Nitrate (to the tune of Silver Bells)

Silver nitrate, silver nitrate it's chemistry time in the lab Ding-a-ling, with a copper ring soon it will be chemistry day. Take your nitrate, in solution Add your copper with style In the beaker there's a feeling of reactions silver forming, blue solution Bringing ooh's ah's and wows now the data processing begins. Get the mass, change to moles what is the ratio with copper? Write an equation, balance it we're glad it's Chemistry Day.

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