100 Totally Cool Chemistry Dog Names

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Looking for some of the coolest chemistry dog names?

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These 100 ideas below are split evenly between male and females, so there’s something for everyone.

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Chemistry Dog Names For Males

Most of the chemistry dog names on this list are actually fairly gender-neutral.

So, if you see something you love on this one for a girl dog, go for it!

We found inspiration all over the table of elements and throughout the scientific community. Take a look!

  1. Anion – these are ion with a negative charge.
  2. Argon – this is one of the noble gases.
  3. Atom – this is the base of everything we know in this world.
  4. Barium – after the chemical element.
  5. Beaker – after the glass used in laboratories.
  6. Benzy – after the “Benzene” element.
  7. Beryll – after the Beryllium element.
  8. Boole – after the Belgian mathematician.
  9. Boro – after the Boron element.
  10. Campho – after the highly flammable element.
  11. Catalyst – after the substance that boost chemical reactions.
  12. Cation – this is an Ion with positive charge.
  13. Chiral – after a very asymmetric element.
  14. Cobal – after the silver-white element.
  15. Crick – after the British scientist.
  16. Dalton – after the English meteorologist.
  17. Daniel – after the Greek mathematician.
  18. Darwin – after the famous English naturalist.
  19. Ferrous – after something that contains iron.
  20. Floc – after a mass of suspended particles.
  21. Franklin – after the scientist who associated nature with electricity.
  22. Fuse – this is an electrical safety device.
  23. Gauss – after the German scientist.
  24. Holm – after the Holmium element.
  25. Hubble – after the famous American astronomer.
  26. Ion – after a molecule with a standard charge.
  27. Isomer – after the compounds with different structures.
  28. Kepler – after the German mathematician.
  29. Kimikari -Basque for “chemist”
  30. Krypto – after Krypton, which is a noble gas.
  31. Lithium – after the chemical element.
  32. Louis – after chemist Louis Pasteur.
  33. Mass – after a body’s quantity of matter.
  34. Mendel – after the famous scientist.
  35. Micro – for a very tiny one!
  36. Nicky – after the Nickel element.
  37. Nitro – after the Nitrogen element.
  38. Nobelium – after the chemical element.
  39. Ouro– Galician for the element gold.
  40. Ozone – this is the molecular form of oxygen.
  41. Pascal – after the French mathematician.
  42. Pico – after Illinoi’s chemical corporation.
  43. Pipy – after the famous laboratory tube.
  44. Platinum – after the precious element.
  45. Plumbo – after the Latin Plumbum.
  46. Sodo – after the Sodium mineral.
  47. Stanny – after the Latin Stannum, also known as Tin.
  48. Stront – after the Strontium element.
  49. Tanta – after the Tantalum element.
  50. Tin – sometimes known as aluminum.

Chemistry Dog Names For Females

two dogs scientists in necktie, eyeglasses and shirt working together in laboratory

For the girls, again, many of the element-inspired names are gender neutral.

  1. Ada – after Ada E. Yonath.
  2. Aluminum – after the chemical element.
  3. Amina – referring to amino acids.
  4. Arene – this is a type of hydrocarbon.
  5. Burette– this is one of the glasses used in laboratories.
  6. Carba – after the Carbon mineral.
  7. Chlorine – a very important element in chemistry.
  8. Chromium – after the element.
  9. Copper – after the orange element.
  10. Cupra – ather the Latin Cupprum, meaning copper.
  11. Curie – after the famous scientist.
  12. Dorothy – after Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin.
  13. Edith – after inorganic chemist Edith Humphrey.
  14. Faiza – after Faiza Al-Harafi.
  15. Formula – this is the secret of all the elements.
  16. Frances – after scientist Frances Arnold.
  17. Gally – after the Gallium element.
  18. Gerty – after biochemist Gerty Cori.
  19. Halley – after the English astronomer.
  20. Helia – referring to Helium.
  21. Hydra – after the Latin Hydragyrum, meaning Mercury.
  22. Ida – after chemist Ida Freund.
  23. Indo – after the Indium metal.
  24. Irène – after Irène Joliot-Curie.
  25. Jenner – after the English scientist.
  26. Julia – after Russian chemist Julia Lermontova.
  27. Laura – after American chemist Laura Linton.
  28. Lithia – referring to Lithium.
  29. Louise – after mineral chemist Louise Hammarström.
  30. Magna – after the Magnesium element.
  31. Margaret – after Margaret Seward.
  32. Molecule – this is simply a structural unit.
  33. Molly – after Molly S. Shoichet.
  34. Muriel – after Muriel Wheldale Onslow.
  35. Neon – after the famous element and color.
  36. Platina – after the Platinum element.
  37. Rachel – after Rachel Lloyd.
  38. Radia – referring to Radium.
  39. Ruth – after the Ruthenium element.
  40. Selena – after Selenium.
  41. Silver – perfect name for a grey pup!
  42. Sodo – after the Sodium mineral.
  43. Stiba – after the Latin stibium.
  44. Tanta – referring to Tantalum.
  45. Titra – this is a method they use in laboratories,
  46. Vana – after the Vanadium.
  47. Vera – after Vera Bogdanovskaia.
  48. Whitney – after the one who invented cotton gin.
  49. Wolfra – after the Latin Wolfrum.
  50. Zirca – referring to Zircon.

So many cute ideas, it’s hard to choose a favorite!

I love Curie, as she was such an important figure to young girls who dreamed of becoming scientists.

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