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Cover Research Projects – 2013 – 2015

Cover final_ ZumdahlChemistry

Art from the Edge of Science by Eric J. Heller
Art from the Edge of Science by Eric J. Heller
18th century vase Qing Dynasty (c) RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY
18th century vase Qing Dynasty (c) RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY
Nok sculpture from Nigeria (c) Erich Lessing/Art Resource, NY
Nok sculpture from Nigeria (c) Erich Lessing/Art Resource, NY
Relief from temple in Bali Credit:  Tip Images/Superstock
Relief from temple in Bali Credit: Tip Images/Superstock
Terracotta Warriors and Horses (c) Imaginechina/Corbis
Terracotta Warriors and Horses (c) Imaginechina/Corbis
Triopod vessel with jaguar Credit:  National Museum of Costa Rica
Triopod vessel with jaguar Credit: National Museum of Costa Rica
Headdress of a mask with bird and a family, Guinea.  (c) RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY
Headdress of a mask with bird and a family, Guinea. (c) RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY

 

Introductory Chemistry 8e Cover
35-foot-tall, 31-foot-wide “Emptyful” sculpture in the Millennium Library Plaza in Winnipeg, Canada by artist Bill Pechet. Photo credit: Gerry Kopelow
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Light micrograph of oxytocin crystals.  Credit:  Pasieka/Science Source

 

Creative Photo Research – Chapter Openers & Interiors

Luna Moth Chapter Opener in Adventures in Chemistry.  Credit:  Alamy
Luna Moth Chapter Opener in Adventures in Chemistry. Credit: Alamy
Radioactive Sea Glass Credit:  By the Bay Treasures
Radioactive Sea Glass Credit: By the Bay Treasures
Gargoyles in Paris Credit:  Superstock
Gargoyles in Paris Credit: Superstock

Chapter opener

Scanning tunneling micrograph of ring of cobalt atoms on copper surface (top) Credit IBMGraphic to show show an Atomic Force Micrograph is made.  Credit:  IBM Research GmbH

A polarized light micrograph of tartaric acid crystals.  Credit:  Sinclair Stammers/Photo Researchers
A polarized light micrograph of tartaric acid crystals. Credit: Sinclair Stammers/Photo Researchers
Gecko Alamy
Madagascar Giant Day Gecko photo from Alamy. Biorubber base adhesive courtesy Draper Labs
Researchers Collecting Data from Polar Bear. Photo by Daniel J. Cox/Corbis
Freshwater Diatoms. Photo by Dr. Robert Berdan
 by Ando Hiroshige
Print by Ando Hiroshige to illustrate Matsuo Basho’s “Four Haiku” Credit: Corbis
Bernger Von Horheim with his beloved holding a dog in her lap, a symbol of fidelity. Codex Manesse.
German poet in the court of Henry IV to accompany love poems in literature anthology. Credit: Prisma Archive/Alamy
E.E.Cummings anyonelivedinaprettyhowtown  dreamstime_7455763 copy
Dreamstime photo of four season to accompany E.E. Cummings poem, “anyone lived in a pretty how town”
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Adoration of the Magi by LaviniaHamer/Bridgeman to illustrate T.S. Eliot’s “Journey of the Magi”
Inspectors used to illustrate research.  Credit:  Redux Pictures
Inspectors used to illustrate research. Credit: Redux Pictures
Another public service advertisement.  Credit:  World Wildlife Fund
Another public service advertisement. Credit: World Wildlife Fund
Example of a public service ad - Smokey Bear Credit:  U.S. Department of Agriculture
Example of a public service ad – Smokey Bear Credit: U.S. Department of Agriculture

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