Typo of the day

Science can lend itself to some very entertaining misspellings, especially when you’re working with nonnative English speakers. Today’s fun typo was, however, from a native English speaker, who spelled hydroxyapatite (aka hydroxylapatite, the main ingredient of bone) as hydroxylappetite. He may have been hungry while writing; I’m not sure. If you’re talking about a hydroxyl as a building block of H2O, though–well, maybe he was thirsty?