Pham: You can either play with electron or nucleus. Which one is easier? Class: electron Debkanya: but playing with the nucleus is more fun
//Pchem, see #7139. PHam discusses how the upperclassmen must be chaperones because there aren't enough teachers. Wensen: Mr. Pham, if I become a chaperone for 10 students, and I bring back 9, do I still get an A?
//pd 4 pchem Pham: You all go chaperone my field trip to science conference in April. This because last time I lost the students, so you watch over them. Maggie: YOU LOST THE STUDENTS?? Pham: I only lose 12! Maggie: You actually lost twelve students?! Pham: They don’t know how to use metro, they get lost and their parents pick them up!
Pham: Tyler, you look ugly! //Students look confused Pham: Don't put your face in her cell phone!
//Pchem Pham: Last year the freshmen not scared of me. I don't know where I went wrong!
//Pchem prepping for a lab Pham: Always do not assume lab material is clean. For example, we use Vaseline for the lid, but you do not use Vaseline on your body. //Half the class starts snickering Pham: What? What so funny? //Wait for it... //... //Epiphany moment. //Misha facepalms Misha: Oh my God, guys...
//Pham gets up and announces that he's going to get a cap for a copper solution Misha: Is it a glass cap? Pham: No it glass.
// discussing molarity and molality Pham: They are different and they are not the same.
//Talking about a question on a multiple choice test where more than one answer was valid Pham: So, I accept either. Lawrence: You didn't accept it on my paper. Pham: That because I don't like you.
Pham: This the part you not doing so well. I need to fix it. I mean, I need to fix you.