The tale of Walter White, high-school chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin, ended on Sunday, leaving us with only memories, an almost preposterously high body count, and science. Breaking Bad wasn’t always flawlessly accurate (why would you use hydrofluoric acid to dissolve a body?), but even when it reached for the crutch of artistic license, it remained grounded in fact. Here we’ve put together six science lessons we learned from Professor White.
Editor’s note: We do not endorse cooking meth, making explosives, or mixing poisons. Please do not attempt any of the things in this gallery. Seriously, never do these things.
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