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1. Engineering: Re: How to measure amount of solid during freezing?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Mon Sep 25 13:53:58 2000
2. Chemistry : Re: How can I test the amount of hydrogen peroxide in a solution?, Myron Cagan, Industrial Chemist, Process Engineer Tue Jan 7 11:50:36 1997
3. Chemistry: Re: Why does my potato battery increase voltage with time?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Fri Dec 1 18:26:48 2000
4. Chemistry: Re: Which liquid makes a bigger splash? Why?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, Process Development, Micro Devices Tue Feb 1 14:04:56 2000
5. Chemistry: Re: How does salt affect evaporation?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Wed Nov 3 11:34:33 1999
6. Chemistry : RE: How to make nylon?, Myron Cagan, Industrial Chemist, Process Engineer Fri Nov 22 18:19:47 1996
7. Chemistry : Re: Effect of salt and vinegar to tarnish on pennies , Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, New Product/process development-microelectronics, Read-Rite Corp. Wed Oct 22 10:51:31 1997
8. Chemistry: Re: What makes things adhesive? , Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Mon Feb 1 11:51:07 1999
9. Chemistry: Re: Where is the main source of liquid nitrogen?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Thu Jun 18 10:57:31 1998
10. Chemistry: Re: what happen to the size of molecules duing the phase change?Explain., Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Thu Sep 30 10:16:47 1999
11. Chemistry: Re: IS IT POSSIBLE TO SYNTHEZISE MOLECULES VIRTUALLY?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Fri Nov 26 13:49:50 1999
12. Chemistry: Re: Why is lithium less reactive than potassium, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Mon Oct 16 15:18:46 2000
13. Chemistry: Re: Is the 6th ionisation energy of Sulpher lower than its 5th and why? , Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Tue Oct 5 12:48:39 1999
14. Chemistry: Re: Why is Ar or N2 used in tungsten filiment light bulbs?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Thu Dec 21 11:20:56 2000
15. Computer Science: Re: tell me about chips, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Wed Aug 18 11:32:54 1999
16. Chemistry: Re: Why is the process of converting graphite to diamond so difficult?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Fri Jun 5 14:41:36 1998
17. Chemistry: Re: Is there any acid/base reaction involved in the ceramic tile manufacturing?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Fri May 15 13:16:33 1998
18. Chemistry : Re: How does someone invent an atom?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, New Product/process development-microelectronics, Read-Rite Corp. Mon Nov 10 10:09:56 1997
19. Engineering: Re: how can I apply a washcoat to a nickel monolith?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Mon May 21 21:22:49 2001
20. Chemistry: Re: Keeping Soda Carbonated, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, New Product/process development-microelectronics, Read-Rite Corp. Tue Jan 20 16:07:41 1998
21. Chemistry: Re: Could you please tell me a little about the phenomenon called supercooling , Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Fri Feb 19 16:13:02 1999
22. Chemistry : RE: Making Diamonds in your garage, Myron Cagan, Industrial Chemist, Process Engineer Tue Oct 8 10:31:36 1996
23. Chemistry: Re: Instant Disposable Heat Packets . . . How do they Work?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Wed Mar 18 11:10:03 1998
24. Chemistry: Re: When you put sulfuric acid and baking soda together why do bubbles float?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Thu Oct 26 11:24:47 2000
25. Chemistry: Re: What does a aluminumacitracide molocule look like?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Fri Apr 17 11:33:51 1998


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