Almost everything in life can be explained, and what cannot is an exception. Just like inorganic chemistry, where almost everything is an exception.
Me while studying inorganic chemistry: pic.twitter.com/6aH7x2I1HL— Shivani (@meme_ki_diwani) October 21, 2020
Remember Vaibhav’s rant about inroganic chemistry in the first season of Kota Factory? Anyone who’s watched the episode and knows anything about Chemistry will agree.
Unable to understand inorganic chemistry, Meena suggests Vaibhav if changing the teacher would help.
An infuriated Vaibhav goes on to rant about inorganic chemistry having more exceptions than logic. Elaborating on the octet rule he said:
Pehle octet rule mein batayenge sirf 8 electron hone chahiye. Par phir kitne bhi electron ke compunds bana rahe hai. 4, 6, 8, 10…..
Inorganic chemistry can be really confusing and most of the time you have to cram the subject without understanding the logic.
Arey ye log hai na exception bol bol ke chutiya kaat rahe hai. Exception nahi hai ye, excuse hai excuse. Pure excuse…. Logic nahi, yahan hai exception, exception, exception. Abey Inception dekh ke itna confuse nahi hua tha jitna exception ne kar diya.
He did not stop there and went on to talk about the ever-changing oxidation states of atoms and how new elements keep emerging from nowhere.
Saala Oxygen tak ki oxidation state fix nahi hai. Jab tumhare khud ke elements tumhare sagge nahi hai toh kyun koi happy periodic family banani hai? Kyun?
His monologue about inorganic chemistry being all unpredictable is relatable to anyone who has ever studied inorganic chemistry.
Abey kisi cheez ko trend toh tab bolte hai na jab usse kuch predict kar sako. Thugs of Hindostan ki tarah kabhi bhi kahin bhi kuch bhi ho raha hai toh usko trend kaise bolenge. Main bata raha hu Meena Chemistry subject nahi subjective hai.
Being a chemistry student,— अर्पित यादव (@_arpit_yadav_) May 2, 2019
The inorganic speech from #kotafactory I felt that shit.
The 10-minute rant on inorganic chemistry in the 3rd episode of TVF’s KOTA FACTORY towards the end, was literally on fire 😂🔥— SACHINATION (SIERRA KILO) (@sachink064) April 30, 2019
Do give it a watch.
It’s not one of those mindless web series.
Great work @TheViralFever team.#KotaFactory#TVF#TVFPlay#TheViralFever
It reminds students of their teachers, both good and bad.
My god! I just saw Kota Factory on Netflix and the hate for inorganic chemistry😂😂 Masood sir ki yaad aa gyi… It’s been nearly 20 years and I’m still scarred— Ravdeep Chawla (@ravdeepchawla) September 24, 2021
The rant has made the subject more difficult for some…
Inorganic Chemistry feels more difficult after watching Kota Factory…— Muneeb Muzaffar (@MuneebMuzaffar4) May 4, 2021
… While others think their hidden wounds have been exposed.
Kota Factory has opened up the wounds of inorganic chemistry I had so excellently sealed— Shivani Roychand Wambsgans (@HitchhikerQ) May 17, 2019
What do you think? Do you miss friends with whom you crammed the exceptions (I mean subject)? Or do you miss the teacher who made it relatively easier for you?