MadSci Search Results for Michael Baker

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1. Chemistry: Re: Procedure for finding the calcium content of an egg shell through titratio, Michael Doskotz, Grad student, Forensic Science - Toxicology, City University of New York Thu Jan 13 22:58:35 2000
2. Physics: Re: Waste from a nuclear reactor?, Michael Baker, Team Leader Wed Jan 28 11:07:38 2004
3. Physics: Re: Can a criticality be used to reduce the half life of nuclear waste?, Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Wed May 17 17:43:54 2000
4. Physics: Re: Why He-3 isotopes when fused or combines don't produce bad radiation?, Michael Baker, Team Leader Tue Oct 26 10:53:17 2004
5. Physics: Re: What is the speed of electricity in numbers?(ex: Light is186,000milespersec, Michael Baker, Staff, Environmental Science and Waste Technology, Los Alamos National Laboratory Wed Apr 7 17:31:55 1999
6. Medicine: Re: How much arsenic (in grams or milligrams) can be poisonous?, Michael Onken, Admin, MadSci Network Fri Apr 13 10:43:28 2001
7. Physics: Re: Does thick glass block damaging radiation?, Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Fri Nov 23 15:03:15 2001
8. Physics: Re: What is the threshold value for radiation induced cancer?, Michael Baker, Staff, Environmental Science and Waste Technology, Los Alamos National Laboratory Mon Jan 25 13:40:51 1999
9. Physics: Re: Which Instrument measures radiation emitted by Human body?, Michael Baker, Project Leader Fri Nov 4 15:03:37 2005
10. Physics: Re: Is it possible to get any nuclear power from garbage?, Michael Baker, Project Leader Tue Feb 7 16:20:11 2006
11. Physics: Re: Is an Ion pulse capable of disabling a vehicles electrical system., Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Mon Sep 18 10:27:28 2000
12. Physics: Re: Do the diamagnetic properties of Lead contribute to x-ray shielding?, Michael Baker, Project Leader Thu Sep 7 15:10:26 2006
13. Engineering: Need tech info on an old AM modulation method called 'Taylor Modulation' , Michael Baker, other Sat May 16 02:13:43 1998
14. Environment & Ecology: Re: I would like to know what metals will not damage the enviroment., Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Mon Sep 18 10:12:35 2000
15. Physics: Re: How do I calculate energy content of steam at known P, T, and V?, Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Thu Sep 27 12:20:07 2001
16. Physics: Re: please tell me hazards of radioactivity that cause death, Michael Baker, Project Leader Fri May 26 08:38:39 2006
17. Physics: Re: How hot must a nuclear reactor get before it begins to meltdown?, Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Wed Nov 29 18:54:47 2000
18. Engineering: Re: How does an electronic heart rate monitor work?, Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Tue Oct 17 09:54:55 2000
19. Engineering: Re: How do they get the nuclear rods into a reactor?, Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Tue Sep 5 09:58:11 2000
20. Astronomy: Re: How to recognise the stars, Michael Martin-Smith, Other (pls. specify below), Family Physician, Fellow,BIS, amateur astronomer( BAA), British Interplanetary Society Sat Aug 26 13:35:18 2000
21. Chemistry: Re: Can the oxygen be extracted from h2o to leave pure hydrogen for free energy, Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Thu Apr 13 13:31:10 2000
22. Environment & Ecology: Re: To what extent are nuclear fuels currently recycled?, Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Mon Sep 20 10:47:47 1999
23. Environment & Ecology: Re: Why not dispose of Nuclear waste on or in the Moon, instead of Earth? , Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Fri Sep 17 13:12:22 1999
24. Physics: Re: Why we use Zn and Cu company with Pb in shielding gamma ray?, Michael Baker, Project Leader Thu Apr 27 11:38:02 2006
25. Engineering: Re: how does escape of radioactivity from the nuclear reactor is prevented , Michael Baker, Technical Staff Member Mon Oct 22 10:15:24 2001


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