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Disulfide is a chemical that appears in the episode "Evil Spatula." It is used by SpongeBob, Mr. Krabs, and later, Plankton.


Disulfide is a pink liquid in a small bottle. It also has a yellow label with the words "DANGER! EXPLOSIVE" written in red on it.


Disulfide is a real-life compound that causes other items to explode when mixed together.

Role in episode

When SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs create a solution to clean the latter's money, SpongeBob accidentally puts two drops of disulfide into the mixture and an explosion blows up him and Mr. Krabs. Later, Plankton pours an entire bottle of disulfide into a vat after being tricked into thinking it is a part of the secret formula by Mr. Krabs. The explosion completely destroys the Chum Bucket and injures Plankton and even nearly destroys Karen.

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