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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Hi everyone, I need some specific mechanical properties of A516 carbon steel, but as yet I am unable to find it...
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A rubber sheet (thickness 0.2mm) was mounted in an open-type Ussing chamber (6mm aperture) such that hydrostatic...
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Greg Bernhardt
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What the title states. Is it possible? I can't seem to find a way (at least, from the massive stash of PDF files I...
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Greg Bernhardt
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I'm a third year physics undergraduate and I want to make 3D Graphene - without spending a fortune. This is my...
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Hello, From the figure how is it possible to say that this line shows amount of liquid while other is amount of...
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hi, I am running some scientific experiments, and I need a sheet of materials that is extremely good conductor of...
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows if there is any differences between the polymers Silicone 184 and Siloprene...
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What method can be used to make large macro-sized sheets of graphene? There have been recent articles on research...
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Yes, da, yes. :biggrin: So this is my first VLE Generator using the Dalton's Law and Raoult's Law I managed to whip...
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Hello! First post here, so hopefully I'm not doing anything wrong. I've hit a dead end with an experiment and could...
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I have a simple question. If when mixing two liquids together the directions say mix 10.4 parts of hardner by weight...
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So this is the problem that I am working on. It is a woosh bottle where I am inputting 70% isopropyl alcohol, closing...
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"Precipitation hardening is a heat treatment that distributes secondary phases more evenly in an alloy..." What does...
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G'day guys, I am currently trying to calculate the damping ratio for Shape memory alloys using hysteresis loops....
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Greg Bernhardt
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Hello gentlemen - New to the forum here! ..... I have what I hope is an easy question for my Materials & Chemical...
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Hello. I got two questions. 1. Why does aluminium become more ductile if one rapidly quench it. 2. Why does...
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Hello I am curious, why is the heat if mixing negative? Why would mixing decrease the enthalpy?
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Hi, So I was thinking about corrosion and I came across this structure:...
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So I wanted to create an enthalpy-concentration diagram generator in Excel using Dalton's Law and Raoult's Law (ideal...
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