MadSci Search Results for In Koo Kim

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1. Earth Sciences: Re: How much water is evaporated from the earth each day?, In Koo Kim, Physical Atmospheric Chemistry Sun May 21 21:22:17 2006
2. Earth Sciences: Re: Why were Martian Lakes / Seas so acidic?, In Koo Kim, Physical Atmospheric Chemistry Mon Mar 5 14:01:04 2007
3. Earth Sciences: Re: Polar precipitation... rain on the poles. , In Koo Kim, Physical Atmospheric Chemistry Wed Nov 16 10:08:10 2005
4. Earth Sciences: Re: How would burning be different if the air was pure oxygen?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Physical Chemistry, Harvard Wed Apr 3 11:56:14 2002
5. Chemistry: Re: How can the scientists measure the concentration of CFC in the atmosphere ?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, University of Colorado @ Boulder Tue Jan 4 15:00:07 2000
6. Botany: Re: How does different liquids effect the germination of bean seeds? , David Hershey, Faculty, Botany, NA Tue Feb 8 21:10:33 2005
7. Chemistry: Re: Why the number of molecules a constant, under same external conditions ?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Physical Chemistry, Harvard Fri Apr 19 01:27:40 2002
8. Earth Sciences: Re: What is the difference between a reducing and an oxidizing atmosphere?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, University of Colorado @ Boulder Mon Jan 24 20:32:21 2000
9. Chemistry: Re: does water boil faster in an open or closed container? , In Koo Kim, Grad student, Physical Chemistry, Harvard Thu Jan 2 09:44:03 2003
10. Earth Sciences: Re: How does fog affect how you see a light source, In Koo Kim, Physical Atmospheric Chemistry Thu Mar 20 03:47:21 2008
11. Astronomy: Re: If Luna had an atmosphere with 1 Bar pressure, how long would it last?, In Koo Kim, Physical Atmospheric Chemistry Tue May 8 16:02:40 2007
12. Earth Sciences: Re: Where does the energy to cause ocean currents come from?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Physical Chemistry, Harvard Mon Jun 2 23:24:43 2003
13. Chemistry: Re: What's the relationship between gases and dissolved gases?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Physical Chemistry, Harvard Mon Apr 22 11:38:30 2002
14. Earth Sciences: Re: In miles, when does the earth's atmosphere change from blue to black?, In Koo Kim, Physical Atmospheric Chemistry Wed Jun 16 13:03:34 2004
15. Earth Sciences: Re: Why don't clouds fall out of the sky?, In Koo Kim, Physical Atmospheric Chemistry Tue May 31 11:39:47 2005
16. Environment & Ecology: Re: Do high flying aircraft increase/decrease damage caused by aerosols, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, University of Colorado @ Boulder Wed Oct 13 11:35:06 1999
17. Earth Sciences: Re: What piece of equipment is used to measure wind?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, University of Colorado @ Boulder Mon Nov 8 23:57:37 1999
18. Earth Sciences: Re: Why does the wind blow into the canyon during morning and blow out at night, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Physical Chemistry, Harvard Sat May 10 17:23:03 2003
19. Chemistry: Re: Is it a good thing to have more oxygen than nitrogen in air?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Physical Chemistry, Harvard Mon Sep 22 09:48:15 2003
20. Earth Sciences: Re: Why can rainbows only be seen at specific angles?, In Koo Kim, Physical Atmospheric Chemistry Wed Aug 3 12:50:36 2005
21. Earth Sciences: Re: Is Basic(Base) Rain possible?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, University of Colorado @ Boulder Mon Feb 28 14:54:00 2000
22. Chemistry: Re: Why, structurally speaking, is diamond not soluable in water?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, University of Colorado @ Boulder Thu Dec 2 13:28:41 1999
23. Environment & Ecology: Re: could a forest help reduce hurricane formation coming out of africa??, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, University of Colorado @ Boulder Mon Sep 20 11:57:55 1999
24. Engineering: Re: How can I stop lightning from striking?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Atmospheric Physical Chemistry, University of Colorado @ Boulder Wed Nov 24 10:59:00 1999
25. Environment & Ecology: Re: I (CFC's) are heavier than air how do they reach the ozone layer?, In Koo Kim, Grad student, Physical Chemistry, Harvard Wed Feb 12 10:24:49 2003


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