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Glass too breakable, Lexan too flexible
So when I read about scratch-resistant coatings, are they actually scratch-resistant? ...
13-3-2009 at 09:04
by: Nixie
Glass too breakable, Lexan too flexible
Who makes this? I only see glass/acrylic or glass/polycarbonate. Also, I'm a bit concerned with ha ...
12-3-2009 at 19:19
by: Nixie
Glass too breakable, Lexan too flexible
The touchscreen is custom from Israel. LCD screens, unlike plasma, get most of the heat out of thei ...
12-3-2009 at 17:43
by: Nixie
Glass too breakable, Lexan too flexible
bfesser, that is incredibly expensive for the size I need.

[Edited on 12-3-2009 by Nixie]
12-3-2009 at 11:05
by: Nixie
Glass too breakable, Lexan too flexible
Twospoons, there's an optical multi-touch touchscreen system in the frame, with beans scanning just ...
11-3-2009 at 15:16
by: Nixie
Glass too breakable, Lexan too flexible
Lexan is polycarbonate; acrylic is actually much more flexible than it.
11-3-2009 at 13:31
by: Nixie
Glass too breakable, Lexan too flexible
I need 3 by 8 foot windows that are unbreakable. They will be protecting expensive screens about a ...
11-3-2009 at 12:48
by: Nixie
Fluorouracil synthesis?
Pardon? You do not ingest it--you put it in the affected skin area.

The only affordable I see is ...
12-1-2009 at 13:30
by: Nixie
Fluorouracil synthesis?
I have had some knuckle pads for around two years now, and the dermatologist said there is no effect ...
12-1-2009 at 11:07
by: Nixie
request for docking software ccdc gold
Since when is Sciencemadness a host to software piracy? Are you so cheap you cant pay $15 but would ...
3-1-2009 at 16:41
by: Nixie
Exotic thermites & analogs
Cough... Kettle. Pot.
4-12-2008 at 00:40
by: Nixie
What to do with left over prescription drugs?
No one will know who sent them--I'll drop them off in a mailbox and won't include a return address. ...
15-10-2008 at 15:34
by: Nixie
What to do with left over prescription drugs?
Well if anyone wants them they can have them for free, it's about a bottle and a half. I think I ca ...
15-10-2008 at 08:59
by: Nixie
What to do with left over prescription drugs?
I guess I'll either keep them in case I get pain, or return them to the store that prescribed them w ...
13-10-2008 at 15:05
by: Nixie
What to do with left over prescription drugs?
I have some bottles of cimetidine and oxycodone here from someone that moved out and left them. I'm ...
13-10-2008 at 04:02
by: Nixie
adapting a domestic MW
I remember crushing up a silicon carbide grinding wheel and that worked best (bonded with clay). Se ...
9-10-2008 at 15:01
by: Nixie
adapting a domestic MW
Why does it need to be activated?
9-10-2008 at 10:38
by: Nixie
Organisms growing at unusual (incredible) conditions
Strange, this photo reminds me of something but I can't figure out what.
29-9-2008 at 21:19
by: Nixie
Anton, a special-purpose machine for molecular dynamics simulation
Anyone seen this? I was reading about it in the July Communications of the ACM.
http://portal.acm. ...
13-9-2008 at 04:43
by: Nixie
Sci Madness Partnership & Free Online Virtual Lab!
[quote][i]Originally posted by MagicJigPipe[/i]
II just can't believe he got such horrible response ...
18-8-2008 at 03:35
by: Nixie
Poll: What is YOUR level of education??
I think it's pretty cool there are actual professors here (unless people are lying heh). I've only ...
18-8-2008 at 03:27
by: Nixie
Biodiesel problems
Well in my failed batch I used fresh oil. For the next one I'll use used so as not to waste any mor ...
13-6-2008 at 04:49
by: Nixie
Biodiesel problems
The oil was fresh vegetable oil, and clear and no lairs, so I assume it's dry. Unless virgin olive ...
13-6-2008 at 00:58
by: Nixie
Biodiesel problems
But how can I know the reaction has reached "100% completion"?
13-6-2008 at 00:30
by: Nixie
Biodiesel problems
I tried using the acid/base two step method at http://journeytoforever.org/biodiesel_aleksnew.html a ...
12-6-2008 at 22:54
by: Nixie
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