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#103 - drldrl
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(09/19/2012) [-]
Well, if it's not a very strong poison they won't all die. As it gets diluted people farther away from the balloon that contains it won't be affected as much.

Actually paying attention in school.
#109 to #103 - cmilanes
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(09/19/2012) [-]
Yeah the room they are in seems rather large, and the amount of poisonous gas put into one of the balloons would not definitely not be concentrated enough to kill everyone in the total space of the room. Example: a fart is twice as bad in a closet vs. your bedroom. Also, this is not considering the fact that the poisonous gas is more dense than air, and would therefore have to be mixed with quite a bit of helium to make the balloon float like the others. Hence, the total volume of gas would be even less. Proof: Gas laws, law of entropy, and gay-Lussac's law.
#122 to #109 - heartlessrobot ONLINE
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(09/20/2012) [-]
Unless it's chlorine gas. All it takes is a little.
#143 to #122 - cmilanes
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(09/20/2012) [-]
dude chlorine gas Cl2 weighs approximately 71g/mole. Oxygen gas, or O2 weighs approximately 32g/mole. however, air is actually 70% nitrogen which in gas form is N2 and weighs 28g/mole. since air is a combination of both and a couple other gasses, a mole of "air" will end up significantly weighing less than Cl2. Now go sit in a corner and think about what you just said.
#145 to #143 - heartlessrobot ONLINE
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(09/20/2012) [-]
Ok, how about Zyklon B? Is that okay with you Dave? Tell me Dave, is that okay with you?
#146 to #145 - cmilanes
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(09/20/2012) [-]
I would look into it but I've taught quite enough chemistry for tonight.
#144 to #143 - cmilanes
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(09/20/2012) [-]
wait... what the **** was i replying to? anyway... the point is that any toxic gas would become too diluted to have any serious effects on the people in the room.
#110 to #109 - cmilanes
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(09/19/2012) [-]
school is cool ************. :P