IYL 2015 Images

  • Kookaburra -Sharanee Scott, Analise OBrien, Patrika Egan-1

    Kookaburra

    Polarised potassium dihydrogen orthophosphate
    Image Credit: Sharanee Scott, Analise OBrien and Patrika Egan, Mt Magnet, Western Australia
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  • Motherly Affection SophieMarcoux-1

    Motherly Affection

    Polarised potassium dihydrogen orthophosphate
    Image Credit: Sophie Marcoux, Perth, Western Australia
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  • Prebiotic - Shannon Kiss-1

    Prebiotic

    Polarised potassium dihydrogen orthophosphate
    Image Credit: Shannon Kiss, Perth, Western Australia
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  • The Blue Man -Sam Argentieri-1

    The Blue Man

    Polarised potassium dihydrogen orthophosphate
    Image Credit: Sam Argentieri, Perth, Western Australia
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    Polarized Photomicrograph

    When you start looking on different scales, things can appear in a whole new light. Take, for example, this photomicrograph of a recrystalized mixture of anti-mucus medication and sodium citrate. A photomicrograph is simply an image that has been taken using a camera attached to a microscope. This particular photomicrograph was taken in polarized light. Typically, light waves vibrate in all different directions. When light is restricted to vibrating in just one plane, it is called "polarization" and this phenomenon can enhance certain features in such photomicrographs.
    Image Credit: Marek Mís
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