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meisterPOOP

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« Reply #40 on: 01-05-2002 01:15 »

He's Gonna' Give You A Run...
meisterPOOP

Professor
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« Reply #41 on: 01-05-2002 01:17 »

TOPD...Let The Steaming Hot Lava Pour.
Javier Lopez

Urban Legend
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« Reply #42 on: 01-06-2002 18:13 »

by the way, aluminium oxidum is white.

(yes. Aluminium can oxide.........)

BenderRules

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« Reply #43 on: 02-06-2002 05:03 »

Beer cans are made from recycled robot apparently..so on that theory he should be 50 50 zinc and titanium.

But there again...I'm sure all robots aren't made from the same thing...Bender's unique big grin So perhaps his 20% beer can was recycled from an iron/aluminium robot?!
Javier Lopez

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« Reply #44 on: 02-06-2002 06:51 »

 
Quote
Originally posted by BenderRules:
...Bender's unique !


Not all, Bender has at least one twin unit Flexo,
totalnerd undercanada

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« Reply #45 on: 02-09-2002 15:00 »

Not a twin, a brother. He's only a brother to Bender due to having come off the same production line, therefore having the same "parents", and the reason they get so excited about the serial numbers is that they both express the sum of 2 cubes. This is like someone called Ronald meeting a brother called Donald.

Helpful, am I?
Torquemada

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« Reply #46 on: 02-09-2002 22:56 »
« Last Edit on: 02-09-2002 22:56 »

Neither Zinc nor Titanium nor aluminium are magnetic either, but bender clearly is.
Also with regard to iron being trapped in the interstitial lattice sites, these cavites are disrpupted in alloys as the crystal lattice is only sustained in relativly pure metals.
Geez, am I a geek or what?   frown
Torquemada

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« Reply #47 on: 02-11-2002 14:47 »

Also zinc is a sacrificial anode where iron is concerned, so in a mix the zinc oxideses to form a nonreactive layer which expands to fill scratches and the like. Hence why we galvanise iron and bolt block of zinc to the underside of large ships (to prevent rust).
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