Collegiate Organic Chemistry (First Month of Class Example)

Did you know that the process to make methamphetamine is also used for crysum talcum powder, a major element of shampoo?
That’s why you have to have a practice laboratory class, numbering 80-100 or 200 students, making methamphetamine, at a college campus, in an organic chemistry program, necessary to be a pharmacist, nurse, veterinarian, coroner, zoologist, biologist, zookeeper, doctor, psychiatrist, social worker, or corrections officer.
It’s a level 100 class at an Ivy League university, for freshman, level 200 at a state university, sophomore year or equivalent for prerequisite safety and organic biome enzyme classes.
You need it to understand calisters, cancer causing agents, particularly in pregnant women, a 300-400 class, 500 if you’re pre-med, a pharmacology major.
Methamphetamine is made from bonsai, a staging ingredient in oolong, used in licorice, anise, tea, earl gray, sodium implants in the phallus (cialix or viagra or other variants), anti-depressants, some anti-psychotics, amphetamines, radiology treatments when combined with staged rock oil petroleum, cough syrup, anti-coagulants, ibuprofen (such as advil or tylenol), and of course, crystal meth, the illicit form.

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