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Images Dated 8th March 2005

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Wandsworth Register Office - saxophonist and organ player Graham Bond wearing a white Featured 8 Mar 2005 Image

Wandsworth Register Office - saxophonist and organ player Graham Bond wearing a white

Wandsworth Register Office - saxophonist and organ player Graham Bond wearing a white trousers and jumper, high brown swede boots and a tabard from the Ginger Bakers Air Force pop group married one of the lead singers Diane Stewart, wearing a floor length voile layered skirt with an attached train off many colours. The couple met when the group got together.
The happy couple link hands and dance outside the Registery Office
May 1970

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Ammonia production Featured 8 Mar 2005 Image

Ammonia production

Ammonia production. Schematic diagram of the Haber Process to make ammonia (NH3) from nitrogen (N2) and hydrogen (H2) gas. Hydrogen (red) and nitrogen (blue) are first cleaned (lower left), mixed, and then compressed (centre left, 200 atmospheres). The mixture cycles through the reaction tower (right) and a catalyst (iron, on horizontal trays) and heat (450 degrees Celsius) form ammonia. A cooling loop (water, pale blue) at the base of the reaction tower condenses the ammonia into a liquid (orange) that is piped off at lower right. Ammonia is widely used in the chemical industry to produce other chemicals, particularly fertilisers, and the process seen here is an important method of fixing nitrogen from the atmosphere

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Aluminium production Featured 8 Mar 2005 Image

Aluminium production

Aluminium smelting process. Schematic diagram of the production of aluminium metal from aluminium ore (bauxite). The first stage (left) is the Bayer Process to produce alumina (aluminium oxide) from the raw bauxite. Down left from top to bottom: the bauxite is crushed (top); chemically digested in sodium hydroxide (caustic soda, red area); alumina hydrate is precipitated (brown) and then heated to form the pure alumina (yellow). The conveyor belt deposits the alumina in molten cryolite (sodium aluminium fluoride, green, reduces melting point to 1000 degrees Celsius). Electrolysis (right, the Hall-Heroult Process) is used to obtain molten aluminium metal (grey, lower right pipe). The positive and negative electrodes are labelled with electrical symbols

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