MadSci Search Results for Aaron J. Redd

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1. Physics: Re: What is a simple Definition of Lorentz Contraction, or Lorentz force?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Thu Apr 28 13:14:54 2005
2. Physics: Re: Effects of low-temperature plasmas on biological matter, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Fri Apr 30 18:17:11 2004
3. Physics: Re: How can I create large volumes of positive ion wind, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Mon Jun 14 18:12:50 2004
4. Engineering: Re: How do I estimate the temperature at a given distance from a gas flame?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Mon Apr 1 14:11:09 2002
5. Chemistry: Re: what is the temperature in a vacuum?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Thu May 26 14:03:38 2005
6. Physics: Re: Motion within an electrical potential, Aaron J. Redd, Assistant Scientist, PEGASUS Experiment, UW-Madison Tue Jul 8 11:25:24 2008
7. Physics: Re: Will applying high voltage to a permanent magnet change the strength?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Fri Oct 8 12:24:22 2004
8. Engineering: Re: How could we make a homemade electroscopes work?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Fri Feb 14 19:28:25 2003
9. Physics: Re: Who was the first man to conduct a nuclear energy experiment?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Fri Jan 3 17:45:38 2003
10. Physics: Re: will a current flow in an object that is in an electric field?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Mon Mar 24 18:02:42 2003
11. Physics: Re: Is there a heat coil equilibrium point?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Mon Mar 24 17:35:48 2003
12. Physics: Re: In response to the red mercury question, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Tue Feb 17 14:19:10 2004
13. Physics: Re: Has an escape velocity and/or force been established for an electon?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Tue Aug 12 19:24:41 2003
14. Physics: Re: What is the formula that determins how far electricity can jump based on , Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Mon Feb 6 14:12:02 2006
15. Physics: Re: Where does the other 13% of heat in induction heating come from? , Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Fri Aug 27 13:35:24 2004
16. Physics: Re: Is an electron spinning around the nucleus considered perpetual motion?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Wed Sep 17 18:22:56 2003
17. Physics: Re: What is non-equilibrium cold plasma?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Tue Mar 29 17:16:13 2005
18. Physics: Re: Solution for motion of two masses under gravity, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Mon Jan 10 14:34:34 2005
19. Physics: Re: What happens when an EMP field intersects an EM field?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Thu Aug 7 12:12:16 2003
20. Chemistry: Re: Does an electrical arc spark need air to happen?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Fri Jul 25 18:08:37 2003
21. Physics: Re: What are the optimum angles for a coil to magnetic flux induction?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Tue Feb 15 12:22:58 2005
22. Engineering: Re: What is hotter, a small 'oven' or a larger one?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Mon Sep 26 14:30:19 2005
23. Physics: Re: Imagine a thin wire of good tensile strength is kept in a magnetic field , Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Fri Mar 16 12:50:00 2007
24. Chemistry: Re: Are there any materials that STAY SOLID at 8500 degrees C?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Thu Dec 26 18:47:28 2002
25. Physics: Re: Why don't glassblowing pipes get too hot to hold?, Aaron J. Redd, Post-doc/Fellow, Plasma Physics and Controlled Nuclear Fusion, University of Washington Thu Sep 7 13:56:22 2006


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