Talk:Flory–Huggins solution theory

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I am trying to contact David Shear. If Professor Shear reads this: My name is Jeri Burn and I just acquired a 1972 yellow Beetle that you bought in 1972 and sold in 1985. You kept meticulous records and I have the notebook that you kept. Very impressive! I would love to talk to you and send you some photos of the Bug. jeriburn@netzero.com

212.24.224.17 (talk) 09:36, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

The second external link, about the slides, in the article about the Flory-Huggings solution theory is not working

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someone should incorporate the info from this page : [1]. It's licensed under creative commons SA3.0

  • Or even better: SkLogWiki editors become part-time Wikipedia editors as well! V8rik (talk) 19:58, 15 May 2012 (UTC)