MadSci Search Results for Michael Weibel

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1. Physics: Re: Is the reduced eqn of state independent of the nature of the real gas taken, Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Tue May 9 09:21:12 2000
2. Chemistry: Re: Why does pudding work? Explain the chemical reaction occurring. , Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Mon Feb 7 21:55:38 2000
3. Chemistry: Re: Is a bubble a liquid or a gas?, Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Fri Nov 10 12:37:45 2000
4. Physics: Re: Which screw driver head is best and why? -- slotted, + philips or , Michael Weibel, Grad student Chemistry/Physics, University of Utah Sun Feb 1 21:26:15 1998
5. Chemistry: Re: What is the freezing point of beer?, Dr. Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Sun Jan 10 22:48:48 1999
6. Chemistry: Re: What is the temperature of the cooking range flame?, Michael Weibel, Grad student Chemistry/Physics, University of Utah Fri May 29 22:17:38 1998
7. Chemistry: Re: How can I get magic powers with a potion?, Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Wed Sep 20 13:36:37 2000
8. Chemistry: Re: Can you please give and explain the chemical formulas used in each step of , Dr. Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Thu Mar 18 18:18:20 1999
9. Chemistry: Re: On the chemical level what happens to food when it cooks?, Michael Weibel, Grad student Chemistry/Physics, University of Utah Mon Apr 13 11:26:43 1998
10. Physics: Re: Boyle's Law and how to demonstrate it, Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Mon Jan 24 19:33:34 2000
11. Chemistry: Re: Why does beer become oxidized? , Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Mon Jun 28 18:15:24 1999
12. Physics : Re: What is the fastest way to cook pasta?, Michael Weibel, Grad student Chemistry/Physics, University of Utah Sun Feb 9 12:17:26 1997
13. Chemistry: Re: how does removing one ingredient from a cookie recipe change the cookie?, Michael Weibel, Grad student Chemistry/Physics, University of Utah Sun Mar 15 16:57:42 1998
14. Engineering: Re: Hair dryer in a can?, Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Mon Jul 17 09:26:32 2000
15. Chemistry: Re: What is the difference between Baking soda and Baking powder? , Dr. Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Thu Mar 25 08:12:00 1999
16. Chemistry: Re: How can two solids in a heterogenous mixture separated?, Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Thu Sep 30 08:29:17 1999
17. Physics: Re: What squashed the plastic bottle - vacuum or air pressure, Michael Weibel, Test and Evaluation Project Manager (applied chemistry) Mon Apr 21 18:58:58 2003
18. Physics : Re: Why do compressed gases freeze when decompressed?, Michael Weibel, Grad student Chemistry/Physics, University of Utah Wed Jul 9 22:29:17 1997
19. Chemistry: Re: What happens to the Carbon Dioxide in pepsi when it is frozen ?, Dr. Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Sun Feb 21 18:29:13 1999
20. Chemistry: Re: Need to find lab procedure for selenium analysis in shampoo, Dr. Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Mon May 17 08:31:40 1999
21. Chemistry: Re: How does baking soda absorb odors?, Michael Weibel, Grad student Chemistry/Physics, University of Utah Sun Aug 30 23:54:30 1998
22. Chemistry: Re: How does the quality of water effct the baking process?, Dr. Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Thu Mar 4 18:24:01 1999
23. Chemistry: Re: How do different baking temperatures effect cakes or pasteries??, Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Thu Oct 26 21:55:36 2000
24. Chemistry: Re: Why does EN for noble gases exclude helium and neon?, Michael Weibel, Battelle Chemist Wed Nov 24 19:09:59 1999
25. Chemistry: Re: WHAT IS THE MOST CURRENT SALARY AVAILABLE BEING AN ANALYTICAL CHEMIST?, Michael Weibel, graduate student Tue May 19 17:26:30 1998


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