D'ohHowlers of the week 2007

These are all genuine sentences and paragraphs that were written by students in their write-ups for the 2nd year practical on High Temperature Superconductivity, or library projects, or in exams. Remember that spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, and errors of logic are all entirely theirs, and have been reproduced exactly as they appeared on the student's script.

2nd year Theoretical Chemistry Exam question (2007):

Explain why the enthalpy of the following reaction is not zero:

      3H218O + CaC16O3 = 3H216O + CaC18O3

2nd year Physical Chemistry Exam question (2007):

3rd year Physical Chemistry Exam question (2007):