MadSci Search Results for Adil Bukhari

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1. Chemistry: Re: Why is the relative atomic mass of an element never a whole number, Adil Bukhari, Undergraduate, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park Wed Nov 1 08:18:54 2006
2. Science History: Re: why were more elements discovered in 1800-1900, Adil Bukhari, Undergraduate, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park Thu Nov 1 07:52:58 2007
3. Science History: Re: Re: Why was gasoline created?, Adil Bukhari, Fri Jan 19 12:57:10 2007
4. Science History: Re: What impacts technology have had on changing ideas about acids/bases?, Adil Bukhari, Undergraduate, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park Wed Jun 13 19:06:19 2007
5. Science History: Re: Why did people switch from using bronze to using iron?, Adil Bukhari, Undergraduate, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park Mon Jul 23 14:12:49 2007
6. Computer Science: Re: Would a mermory card (e.g. from a camera) be usable after being swallowed?, Adil Bukhari, Undergraduate, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park Tue Sep 15 07:24:38 2009
7. Science History: Re: Why do scientist ask questions about other scients work?, Adil Bukhari, Undergraduate, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park Sun Dec 7 14:34:54 2008
8. Chemistry: Re: Does the viscosity of a liquid effect it's freezing point ?, Adil Bukhari, Undergraduate, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park Sat Jan 24 13:17:36 2009
9. Science History: Re: Who discovered the atom, and how?, Adil Bukhari, Undergraduate, Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park Thu Feb 22 06:37:38 2007


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