Scientific Photography Contest 2ºESO

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ABBAS IBN FIRNAS. This bridge is dedicated to Abbás Ibn Firnás. He was a scientist, chemist  and  inventor,  born in 810, lived in the Umayyad Emirate of Cordoba, he died in 887. The crater Ibn Firnas on the Moon is named in his honor By J. Santiago-2ºESO B

ABBAS IBN FIRNAS. This bridge is dedicated to Abbás Ibn Firnás. He was a scientist, chemist and inventor, born in 810, lived in the Umayyad Emirate of Cordoba, he died in 887. The crater Ibn Firnas on the Moon is named in his honor By J. Santiago-2ºESO B

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STATE OF  MATTER: FUSION. It's the process from solid to liquid. A drop of water produced by the melting of ice.  A. Soler-2ºESO A

STATE OF MATTER: FUSION. It's the process from solid to liquid. A drop of water produced by the melting of ice. A. Soler-2ºESO A

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COMBUSTION.  The incense is burning. This produces water vapour and carbon dioxide, that is a polluting gas. The combustion of the incense releases light and thermal energy, as well. By R. Crespo-2ºESO A

COMBUSTION. The incense is burning. This produces water vapour and carbon dioxide, that is a polluting gas. The combustion of the incense releases light and thermal energy, as well. By R. Crespo-2ºESO A

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ENVIRONMENT.  A place in Cordoba before (right) and after (left). There are a lot of pollution in the world.  The pollution is produced by human activity. Tons of carbon dioxide are thrown to the atmosphere. It´s very dangerous for living beings. By M. Rojo 2ºESO B

ENVIRONMENT. A place in Cordoba before (right) and after (left). There are a lot of pollution in the world. The pollution is produced by human activity. Tons of carbon dioxide are thrown to the atmosphere. It´s very dangerous for living beings. By M. Rojo 2ºESO B

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OXIDATION. Two covers, one of them is in oxidation condition. That means that one cover lost one or more electrons. When a substance loses one or more electrons, another substance captures those electrons. Metal elements can give electrons to others substances. The most oxidant material that exists is the cation. By D. Martín-2ºESO A

OXIDATION. Two covers, one of them is in oxidation condition. That means that one cover lost one or more electrons. When a substance loses one or more electrons, another substance captures those electrons. Metal elements can give electrons to others substances. The most oxidant material that exists is the cation. By D. Martín-2ºESO A

THE SPIDER WED. Spider webs are formed from spider silk that these arthropods biosynthesize and secrete through their spinning glands in the back of the abdomen. By O. Munuera - 2ºESO A

THE SPIDER WED. Spider webs are formed from spider silk that these arthropods biosynthesize and secrete through their spinning glands in the back of the abdomen. By O. Munuera - 2ºESO A

COMMON CHAFFINCH (Fringilla coelebs). It is a common and widespread small passerine bird in the finch family. This is a male because is brigthly coloured with a blue-grey cap and rust-red underparts. The chaffinch breeds in much of Europe, across Asia to Siberia and in northwest Africa. By F. Bendezu-2ºESO A

COMMON CHAFFINCH (Fringilla coelebs). It is a common and widespread small passerine bird in the finch family. This is a male because is brigthly coloured with a blue-grey cap and rust-red underparts. The chaffinch breeds in much of Europe, across Asia to Siberia and in northwest Africa. By F. Bendezu-2ºESO A

A HAPPY BEE. Pollination: pollen grains are transferred from the stamens to the ovules of the ovary. There are two types of pollination; Anemophily pollination (by wind) or Entomophily pollination (by insects or animals). This one is entomophily. By S. Rodríguez-2ºESO A

A HAPPY BEE. Pollination: pollen grains are transferred from the stamens to the ovules of the ovary. There are two types of pollination; Anemophily pollination (by wind) or Entomophily pollination (by insects or animals). This one is entomophily. By S. Rodríguez-2ºESO A

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THE RAINBOW. Rainbows appear in rainy days.They are made when the sunlight crosses drops of water of storms. They are composed of seven colours. By M. Luna-2ºESO A

THE RAINBOW. Rainbows appear in rainy days.They are made when the sunlight crosses drops of water of storms. They are composed of seven colours. By M. Luna-2ºESO A

ORANGE. Orange is a citrus fruit obtained from the sweet orange (Citrus × sinensis), bitter orange (Citrus × aurantium) and orange trees of other varieties or hybrids from in India, Viet Nam or South-East China.  its flesh is typically formed by eleven segments or skins full of juice, which contains lots of vitamin C, flavonoids and essential oils. By I. Zambrana-2ºESO A

ORANGE. Orange is a citrus fruit obtained from the sweet orange (Citrus × sinensis), bitter orange (Citrus × aurantium) and orange trees of other varieties or hybrids from in India, Viet Nam or South-East China. its flesh is typically formed by eleven segments or skins full of juice, which contains lots of vitamin C, flavonoids and essential oils. By I. Zambrana-2ºESO A

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