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Images Dated 22nd January 2004

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Molecular orbitals Featured 22 Jan 2004 Print

Molecular orbitals

Molecular orbitals. Computer model of a mixture of molecular orbitals. The electrons in molecules can be arranged in different patterns, giving rise to different energies. These patterns, or molecular orbitals, can co-exist within the rules of quantum mechanics. This leads to the concept of mixing the molecular orbitals to model the overall behaviour of the molecule. This mixing is seen here as the overlapping mix of colours and lines of potential energy surface. This pattern is an example of caustics, the patterns arising when overlap is observed. This model was created as an artwork by Professor Eric Heller


JML02964 Featured 22 Jan 2004 Print


Central common chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes troglodytes) group of four in mangrove roots above the river, Conkouati-Douli National Park, Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville), West Africa, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Gabon, Nigeria, and Congo, in rainforests and open woodland forests

© Jean-Michel Labat/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Coloured SEM of 3-core electric cable Featured 22 Jan 2004 Print

Coloured SEM of 3-core electric cable

Electric flex. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a domestic 13 amp 3 core electrical flex. Within the flex are three insulated wires; live, neutral and earth. Each wire is connected to the appropriate pin of a British 3-pin plug. The 3-pin plug is used in the U.K. to connect domestic appliances and tools to the national 240 volt alternating current supply. The earth wire is an electrical connection between the appliance and the ground. In the event of a fault in the appliance the current flows to earth causing no harm to the user. The colours of the insulation around the wires in this image do not correspond to those found in an actual electrical flex. Magnification: x12 at 6x7cm size. x30 at 8x6ins, x16 at 10x7cm master size