Graduated cylinders and beaker filled with chemical compounds

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    Several graduated cylinders of various thickness and heights with white side markings in front of a large beaker. They are all filled about halfway with red or blue chemical compounds. The blue ink is showing signs of Brownian motion when dissolving into water.

    Coral under the sea, hygromat, and 17 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. David Crandall 58 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing! I used your picture on my blog here: VSQA – My business formula for success

    2. DoshiJi 54 months ago | reply

      Hi,
      I used this photo for my website ..
      www.blog.cheenilabs.com/

      It links back to this page. I hope that is attribution enough.

      Thanks for sharing !

    3. girl_wizard 53 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'd like to use this (excellent) photograph in a blog post on 3 January and am wondering how to go about securing permission to do so. Will attribute.

      Thanks,
      -A

    4. Horia Varlan 53 months ago | reply

      Hi Aurora,
      That's practically the reason why i upload my photos with a CC Attribution license, so feel free to use it. You don't really have to print my name inside the post, just have the photo link back to this page.

      Thanks,
      Horia

    5. girl_wizard 53 months ago | reply

      Super, Horia, thanks. I'm new to blogging, and cybercommunities in general, but always want to make sure to do right by all. I will link back to this page when I post after new year and wish you a wonderful holiday.

    6. Horia Varlan 53 months ago | reply

      Thanks,
      You too, have a great holiday!

    7. girl_wizard 52 months ago | reply

      A great big thank you to the gracious Horia Varlan. I have used this photograph in the following blog: divinesecretsofthewritingsisterhood.blogspot.com/2011/01/... in a post about the hidden benefits of purported formulaism in story.

      Happy New Year!
      -Aurora Falsestart

    8. corinaw 35 months ago | reply

      This is a perfect shot for my cleaning/stain removal article. Thank you for offering it under CC. Attribution and a link has been placed at the bottom of the page. Regards, Corina/Mrs Clean

      Cleaning without Harmful Chemicals

    9. TBEC Review 5 months ago | reply

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