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Water (H20) must not be puzzled with sulfuric acid (H2SO4). A rhyming aid was quote in 1894 and also has long been well-known with high school and also college chemistry students: our Willie passed away today,His challenge we’ll see no more;What Willie believed was H2OProved H2SO4. The writer of the currently is no known. “Willie” has been changed with other names, such as Johnny, Jimmy, Tommy and Timmy. Wikipedia: Sulfuric acidSulfuric acid (alternative order sulphuric acid) is a very corrosive strong mineral acid v the molecular formula H2SO4. That is a pungent-ethereal, colorless to slightly yellow viscous liquid which is soluble in water at all concentrations. Sometimes, the is dyed dark brown during production to alert people to that hazards. The historical name the this acid is oil of vitriol. Google BooksNovember 1894, Hamilton evaluation (Hamilton College, Clinton, NY), pg. 54, col. 1:A chemical TRAGEDY.Our Willie passed away today,His challenge we’ll see no more;What Willie believed was H2OProved H2SO4. -- Bowdoin Orient. 1 February 1895, The Cosmos (Cedar Rapids, IA), pg. 54, col. 2:A chemical MISFORTUNE.Our Willie passed away today,His challenge we’ll see no more;What Willie believed was H2OProved H2SO4. -- Cornellian. Old Fulton NY post Cards16 February 1898, Gazette & Courier (Greenfield, MA), pg. 3, col. 4:Poor Jimmy Brown is dead and also gone.His face we’ll check out no moreFor what that took because that H2)Was H2SO4.(This was released in the high school’s paper, “The Alpha.”—ed.) Google Books8 October 1898, The Polytechnic (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY), pg. 14, col. 2:Our Willie passed away today,His confront we’ll watch no more;What Willie assumed was H2O,Proved H2SO4. Hadst though however given Willie boyNa HCO3,NH3 Ca(HO)2,He’d still have actually been through thee. “Twa far better thus,” Will’s soul cried;“No NH3 because that me.When vitriol it s okay in one’s inside, The stomach goes, you see.” E’en though the stomach’s gone,We know—since Schlatter proved the way—His ileum and also oesophagus can Have served for many a day. However th’ oesophagus, too, is constantly charredBy H2SO4.And therefore our antidotes room barredAnd death has closed the door.—Ex. Google BooksSeptember 1907, The Pacific Pharmacist pg. 246, col. 1:John H. Brown He offered to drink, yet now he drinks no more. Because that what he assumed was H2OProved H=SO. -- Nathan Winter, Ph. G. 1 November 1907, The day-to-day Echo (Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, IN), pg. 1, col. 3:Little Tommy’s gone to heaven. His challenge we’ll check out no more— for what he believed was H2OWas H2SO4.—Ex. Google BooksJune 1909, The Clinique (Chicago, IL), pg. 402:Darby to be a medicine Clerk, Darby is no more! What Darby assumed was H2O, to be H2SO4. — Exchange. Google BooksFebruary 1910, American journal of windy Hygiene, pg. 104:Before addressing myself to the topic, ns am disposed to report the metrical form of death certificate, i beg your pardon is said to have actually been indulged in by a particular wag amongst the doctors: “Regarding wilhelm Shore We’ll never see him more, because that what he took for H2O to be H2SO4.” 19 September 1910, Iowa City (IA) Citizen, pg. 4, col. 4:“Our Willie young is dead and gone,We ne’er shall see him more.What Willie thought was H2OWas H2SO4.”(From the St. Luigi Post-Dispatch.—ed.) Google BooksMinnesota MagazineVolume 181911Pg. 79:Alas for little JohnnyWe shall never ever see the moreFor what he believed was HsOWas H2SO4. 25 November 1913, Shortridge everyday Echo (Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, IN), pg. 3, col. 2:A TRAGEDY little Willie currently is singing On the golden shore. For what he believed was H2O, to be H2SO4. —Exchange.ANOTHER VERSIONLittle Willie now is coughing.Coughing sure is other new.For what he thought was perfumed waterWas H2O and also Cl2. Google BooksYear publication of the university of PharmacyUniversity the Nebraska--Lincolnthe university Press1914Pg. ?:Fortier took a drink one day, but now he drinks no more; because that what he assumed was H2O was H2SO4. Google BooksApril 1917, newspaper of the Western culture of Engineers, pg. 200:In this link the speaker is reminded that Willie: Willie had an dreadful thirst, yet Willie is no more, because that what he thought was H2O was H2SO4. 14 July 1928, Boston (MA) Herald, “Selections native Our mail Bag,” pg. 14, col. 8:It is to it is in hoped that his confidence may have actually a surer foundation of understanding than that of the youth in the time-worn lyric: “Johnny was a druggist’s son,But Johnny is no more—For what Johnny believed was H2OWas H2SO4.”SARAH HINDS WILDER.Worcester, June 11. 11 June 1929, Edwardsville (IL) Intelligencer, “Side Talks” through Ruth Cameron, pg. 3, col. 6:Indeed ns doubt if I could even give a product its chemistry nom de plume except sulfuric acid, which was forever solved in my mind by the delightful couplet, “Our Johnny is no more, what Johnny took because that H2O to be H2SO4.” 18 march 1930, san Diego (CA) Union, “The Northeast Corner,” pg. 6, col. 6:Mysterious clipping obtained by the Corner: “Johnny was a chemist.But Johnny is no more.For what Johnny thought was H2O,Was H2SO4.” will some leading druggist tell us what the means? Google BooksTotal Recall: exactly how to an increase Your memory PowerBY Joan MinningerEmmaus, PA: Rodale Press1984Pg. 102:Chemistry students have small desire to confuse a party of water with a party of sulfuric acid: Johnny to be a chemist. Johnny is no more. For what he thought was H2O was HZSO4. Metropolitan DictionaryH2SO4The chemistry formula because that sulfuric acid.Little Timmy take it a drink, however he will certainly drink no more, because that what he assumed was H2O, was H2SO4.by Thumbs it up plz July 07, 2006 Google BooksThe 2,548 Wittiest things Anybody ever SaidBy Robert ByrneNew York, NY: Touchstone2012Pg. ?:2,021 Willie to be a chemist; Willie is no an ext What Willie took for H2O was H2SO4 —One ofmany tiny Willie poems YouTubeTrack 07 “Acid Head” - Album “Vanishing Lessons” - Artist “Tourniquet”ChristianClassicRawk published on Jul 18, 2012“Acid Head” track 07 indigenous the album vanishing Lessons by Tourniquet.Lyrics:Johnny is a chemist’s sonBut Johnny is no moreWhat Johnny believed was H2OWas H2SO4