Photo Competition – Your Submissions

Photo Competition – Your Submissions

Author: ChemistryViews

We have invited you to share photos that represent your personal view of chemistry.

You can submit your favorite photos from the lab or wherever you might perform chemical research, but also pictures that represent where you find chemistry in your education or in everyday life.

Below are the submissions we have received so far. Please vote for your favorite using the form at the bottom of the page.

 


Entry 1

Entry 2

“The Alluring Crystals”

Photo by Joy Karmakar

“Chemical instrumentation for chasing hydroxyl radicals”

Photo by Colleen Marciel F. Rosales


Entry 3

Entry 4

“Chemical instrumentation for chasing hydroxyl radicals”

Photo by Colleen Marciel F. Rosales

“Chemical instrumentation for chasing hydroxyl radicals”

Photo by Colleen Marciel F. Rosales


Entry 5

Entry 6

“Cheap Fluorescent”

Photo by Siddharth A.

“Textile Industry”

Photo by Vengadeshwari M.


Entry 7

Entry 8

“When Potassium Permanganate Hugs Glycerin…”

Photo by Bellie Sundaram Krishnamoorthy

“Chemistry is always Colourful…”

Photo by Bellie Sundaram Krishnamoorthy


Entry 9

 Entry 10

“Chemistry in Nature: Hydrophobicity of biowax present on the surface of colocasia plant leaves”

Photo by Meenakshy S.

“The magic of Prep TLC in compound separation”

Photo by Aadil Yaseen


Entry 11

 Entry 12

 

“Nano Galaxy”

Photo by Masoud Akbari

“CheMystry of Photosynthesis… Nature Preferes Symmetry…”

Photo by Bellie Sundaram Krishnamoorthy


Entry 13

Entry 14

“German Chromatographie”

Photo by Satyajit Das

“Sputtered Honey Flask”

Photo by Satyajit Das


Entry 15

 Entry 16

“Scary chemiluminescence smile of a semi-frozen bubble”

Photo by Mohsen Beladi-Mousavi

“Nanostructural color of butterflies”

Photo by Bidyut Das


Entry 17

Entry 18

 

“Multistimuli-Responsive Co-Crystals”

Photo by Ishtiyaq Ahmad

“Florescent Sensors Designed through Crystal Engineering”

Photo by Ishtiyaq Ahmad


Entry 19

Entry 20

“A crystal that I synthesized in my lab”

Photo by Misba Jan

“Potentiometric Titration”

Photo by Assif Mehmood Lone


Entry 21

 Entry 22

 “Web… humans still don’t know how to make a material this strong, stretchy, and light. Spiders are still the champions at this.”

Photo by Bellie Sundaram Krishnamoorthy 

“Ether Separation”

Photo by Aejaz Ul Bashir


Entry 23

Entry 24

“Water above all”

Photo by Miklos Simonyi

“Crystal Growth”

Photo by Aejaz Ul Bashir


Entry 25

Entry 26

 

“Natural Diastereomers”

Photo by Faizy Ahmed

“IR Rays from TV remote control captured by mobile phone”

Photo by Meenakshy S.


Entry 27

Entry 28

 

“Fluorescent metal ion sensing”

Photo by Misba Jan

“Hello Polymorphs”

Photo by Shaýa Lone


Entry 29

Entry 30

 

“The spotlight”

Photo by Adrián de la Fuente Ballesteros

“Fullerene cocktail”

Photo by Reinier Lemos


Entry 31

 Entry 32

“Let the money glow !”

Photo by Bidyut Das

“POV you are a Synthetic Inorganic Chemist (Symmetric and Beautiful)”

Photo by Hritwik Haldar


Entry 33

Entry 34

“Thanking the electrons for carrying the electric current”

Photo by L. R. Nakilan

“Fredo espresso for chemists – Athens Greece”

Photo by Spiros Kitsinelis


Entry 35

 Entry 36

“Chemistry kingdom”

Photo by H. Richards Raj

“Library of Lives in Chemistry: Autobiographies by well-known chemists in the 20th/21st century”

Photo by Eva E. Wille


Entry 37

 Entry 38

“Making bubbles down under”
Photo by Mark Louis P. Vidallon

“Mysterious Morning Coffee”
Photo by Horst Böttcher


Entry 39

 Entry 40

 

“En Garde!”
Photo by Daniel Gutiérrez Martín

“Crime at the nanoscale”
Photo by Daniel Gutiérrez Martín


Entry 41

Entry 42

“Personal protection”

Photo by Stuart J. Mickel

“Inorganic laboratory at TU Dresden in 1960”

Photo by Claus Danzer


Entry 43

Your Entry …

 

“Analysis protocol 1959”

Photo by Claus Danzer


 

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