ITT: You sum up your major in one sentence.
>bonds form, bonds break.
Surely you mean
Yes I know, but I couldn't be bothered to type the reverse by hand. I just used a text reversal. You get the point.
Stuff melts until it's practically nothing then it switches conditions with the minor factor of the states innate inclination
This is one of the reasons that, while I enjoy the subject mm, I would never major in it. If a lecturer/professor doesn't like you, they can grade you poorly because it's all opinion. In secondary school, my English teacher graded me well because he liked me.
Only if you suck at running a QC every day
I keep 20+ LCMS/SFC/GCMS machines running every day and my life couldn't be easier. I help my chemist bitches out and I can't believe they pay me for this.
But I suppose the years of experience helps here.