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Images Dated 11th November 2004

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open-uri20120928-6709-wyl9nl Featured 11 Nov 2004 Print

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Aston Martin DBR9 Test
Donington Park, England. November 11th.
Darren Turner at the wheel of the new GT car. The car was later taken over by David Brabham. Action.
World Copyright: Jakob Ebrey/LAT Photographic.
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Parliament House from Mount Ainslie over Lake Burley Griffin Featured 11 Nov 2004 Print

Parliament House from Mount Ainslie over Lake Burley Griffin

Parliament House from Mount Ainslie over Lake Burley Griffin, over the Australian War Memorial with rust-coloured Anzac Parade in centre of picture. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

© Tim Acker/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Australian, Buildings, Capital, Cities, City View, Distant View, Federal, Federal Building, Government, Parliamentary, Town Planning

Manganese and copper voltaic cell Featured 11 Nov 2004 Print

Manganese and copper voltaic cell

Manganese and copper voltaic cell. Copper (right) and manganese (left) half cells joined by a salt bridge. When a stick of copper (Cu) is inserted in a copper salt solution it loses electrons according to the reaction, Cu<-->Cu2+ + 2e-. So Cu metal and Cu2+ ion form a redox couple with Cu2+ as the oxidant and Cu as the reductant. The same occurs for manganese (Mn) metal and manganese salt. The copper half cell produces electrons at a faster rate than the manganese so there is a potential difference between them. When the two half cells are joined by a saturated salt "bridge" and the metals are joined by a wire, a current flows

© ANDREW LAMBERT PHOTOGRAPHY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY