MadSci Search Results for Narayan Variankaval

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1. Chemistry: Re: What kind of fabrics are fire retardant and what are their charecteristics, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Wed Mar 1 09:53:12 2000
2. Chemistry: Re: Why do substances in solution (aq) always become transperent?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Thu Dec 2 15:42:04 1999
3. Chemistry: Re: What toxic fumes are created when PVC it heated enough to smoke (no fire)?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Mon Jun 19 11:18:35 2000
4. Medicine: Re: iontophoresis drugs through skin, Narayan Variankaval, Process Chemistry, Merck Research Labs Sat Mar 12 06:42:17 2011
5. Medicine: Re: Would a career in pharmeceuticals involve more biology than chemistry?, Narayan Variankaval, , Process Chemistry, Merck Research Labs Sat May 19 16:07:09 2007
6. Chemistry: Re: why do PVC molds break down in the presence of oils and fats?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Fri Oct 6 16:11:00 2000
7. Engineering: Re: How does the gel in Tylenol gel caps get inside the pill., Narayan Variankaval, , Process Chemistry, Merck Research Labs Fri Apr 11 18:55:57 2008
8. Physics: Re: how does tempature affect the molecules of a rubber band?, Narayan Variankaval, , Process Chemistry, Merck Research Labs Mon Mar 26 18:58:27 2007
9. Chemistry: Re: Why bubbles do not form when heated and result in Superheating?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Sun Jul 30 16:17:13 2000
10. Chemistry: Re: What is open cell polyureathane foam?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Thu Oct 5 20:34:08 2000
11. Engineering: Re: How would you be able to shrink fabrics made out of polyester?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Sun Nov 28 14:48:53 1999
12. Chemistry: Re: How is carbon used in making plastics, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Thu Mar 30 19:16:49 2000
13. Chemistry: Re: Why are rate constants important when we can find out speed experimentally, Narayan Variankaval, , Process Chemistry, Merck Research Labs Sun Jan 17 15:20:08 2010
14. Physics: Re: Why does polycarbonate have a higher refractive index than crown glass?, Narayan Variankaval, , Process Chemistry, Merck Research Labs Wed Dec 27 18:42:29 2006
15. Physics: Re: Would the material Chlorophane act as a good Thermoluminecent?, Narayan Variankaval, , Process Chemistry, Merck Research Labs Thu Dec 7 05:20:56 2006
16. Chemistry: Re: How can 3 liquids of different colours not mix together?, Narayan Variankaval, Thu Jan 27 14:08:48 2000
17. Chemistry: Re: Is there a way to determine/test if something is silica gel?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Thu Apr 27 19:17:13 2000
18. Chemistry: Re: What compound has the greatest variety of atoms?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Wed Mar 8 09:31:38 2000
19. Chemistry: Re: What happens when you mix a solution of pH1 with one at pH14?, Narayan Variankaval, Thu Feb 3 09:41:58 2000
20. Chemistry: Re: How can I write this experiment?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Tue Nov 23 10:53:54 1999
21. Chemistry: Re: I wish to form short lengths of braided polypropylene rope into rings., Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Wed Apr 19 08:37:22 2000
22. Engineering: Re: How do shape memory alloys and shape memory polymers work?, Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Thu Jun 15 17:34:21 2000
23. Chemistry: Re: how would I bend pvc to make musical instruments like the Blue Man Group , Narayan Variankaval, Grad student, Polymers/Textile and Fiber Engineering, Georgia Tech Thu Oct 5 20:53:34 2000


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