Dihydrogen monoxide is just another name for water. Di-meaning two, and mono- meaning one, translate "dihydrogen monoxide" to the chemical representation, H2O. Other names for water include hydrogen hydroxide, hydrogen oxide, hydroxic acid, hydroxylic acid, and oxidane.
Dihydrogen monoxide has been the subject of many pranks and hoaxes, with claims that it contributes to the greenhouse effect, causes erosion, corrodes metals (i.e. it causes some metals such as iron to rust), is the major component in acid rain (which it is, considering its still rain), lethal if inhaled (partly true if its in liquid form, but the same could be said for oxygen or nitrogen) and as much as a thimble full could be lethal (perhaps if they injected it directly into your brain, or it was a very large thimble.)
These claims present "dihydrogen monoxide" as a dangerous chemical used in nuclear facilities, military installations, industrial plants, and in the manufacture of styrofoam, among other true things. Water is indeed used in many ways, and can pose a health hazard when consumed in exceptionally large amounts, but such "dihydrogen monoxide claims" distort these facts for the purpose of the prank or hoax.
Dihydrogen monoxide is water; H2O.
The formula for dihydrogen monoxide is H2O .
Dihydrogen monoxide is just water.
dihydrogen monoxide IS water
dihydrogen monoxide is water
Dihydrogen monoxide is water (H2O) !!
Dihydrogen monoxide is a chemical name for water.
drinking, swimming, bathing, cleansing, all these are ways dihydrogen monoxide is used FYI: Dihydrogen Monoxide is water
Practically anywhere. Dihydrogen monoxide is a fancy name for water.
Dihydrogen monoxide, also known as water, is covalent.
Dihydrogen Monoxide is a less-common scientific name for water.
dihydrogen monoxide is H2O or water
"Dihydrogen monoxide" is a formal name for water, and the uses of water are well known.
Dihydrogen Monoxide can be solid, liquid, or gas P.S. another way of saying dihydrogen monoxide is water, in case you believed in the deadly, odorless, colorless, DHMO
Dihydrogen Monoxide (H2O) is water. It boils at 100C or 212F at STP.
dihydrogen is another word for pure water
Dihydrogen Monoxide is H2O... aka water. That would be a water research division.
Dihydrogen monoxide is better known as water, or H2O. (The 2 is really a sub-script.)
Yes it is.
No, the folks at the EPA are smart enough to realize that Dihydrogen Monoxide is H20 or water