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THe electron affinity is the nergy required to detach an electron from the singly charged negative ion (energy for the process X -> X + e). Description from webelements.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

THe electron affinity is the nergy required to detach an electron from the singly charged negative ion (energy for the process X -> X + e). Description from webelements.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Cloud Atlas Adds First New “Species” in Almost 70 Years    The update includes 12 new cloud-related features, including volatus clouds, contrails, and wave-like asperitas discovered by citizen scientists

Cloud Atlas Adds First New “Species” in Almost 70 Years The update includes 12 new cloud-related features, including volatus clouds, contrails, and wave-like asperitas discovered by citizen scientists

New Striped Rain-Frog Species Discovered in Ecuador’s Cloud Forests

New Striped Rain-Frog Species Discovered in Ecuador’s Cloud Forests

Tanichthys micagemmae- “Sparkle eye/emerald white cloud” from Freshwater Species - Invertebrates by Msjinkzd

Tanichthys micagemmae- “Sparkle eye/emerald white cloud” from Freshwater Species - Invertebrates by Msjinkzd

New Striped Rain-Frog Species Discovered in Ecuador’s Cloud Forests

New Striped Rain-Frog Species Discovered in Ecuador’s Cloud Forests

Michael C. Hanna International Cloud Atlas; Wayland, NY - this photog managed to get all five species of cirrus cloud at once. Mostly what you’re seeing here are uncinus, especially right in the middle of the image. At the bottom right, where the clouds are longer and more straight, you can see the fibratus species. That floofy line just above the tree line in the center is a castellanus, and the last two species (floccus and spissatus) are the extra wispy bits dispersed throughout.

Michael C. Hanna International Cloud Atlas; Wayland, NY - this photog managed to get all five species of cirrus cloud at once. Mostly what you’re seeing here are uncinus, especially right in the middle of the image. At the bottom right, where the clouds are longer and more straight, you can see the fibratus species. That floofy line just above the tree line in the center is a castellanus, and the last two species (floccus and spissatus) are the extra wispy bits dispersed throughout.

Also visible are some udder-like protuberances hanging from the under surface of the cloud which are supplementary feature mamma and caused by powerful downdraughts. Other developing cells can be seen in the image, including Cumulus mediocris and Cumulus congestus. In the background on the left of the image, we see the spread of a developed anvil associated with a different Cumulonimbus cell.

Also visible are some udder-like protuberances hanging from the under surface of the cloud which are supplementary feature mamma and caused by powerful downdraughts. Other developing cells can be seen in the image, including Cumulus mediocris and Cumulus congestus. In the background on the left of the image, we see the spread of a developed anvil associated with a different Cumulonimbus cell.

Cumulonimbus are heavy, dense clouds in the form of a mountain or huge towers, such as these in Pace del Mela, Messina, Italy. At least part of the upper portion is usually smooth, or fibrous or striated and nearly always flattened. The cloud base is often very dark. In this image, the upper portions have a cirriform appearance identifying the species as capillatus and an anvil is in the early stages of development which is the supplementary feature incus. | Photograph: Fabrizio…

Cumulonimbus are heavy, dense clouds in the form of a mountain or huge towers, such as these in Pace del Mela, Messina, Italy. At least part of the upper portion is usually smooth, or fibrous or striated and nearly always flattened. The cloud base is often very dark. In this image, the upper portions have a cirriform appearance identifying the species as capillatus and an anvil is in the early stages of development which is the supplementary feature incus. | Photograph: Fabrizio…

The Sunda clouded leopard, known as the “tree tiger” or “branch tiger” in Indonesia, has been classified as a Vulnerable species by the IUCN. The cat inhabits Borneo and Sumatra, usually in usually in hilly and forest areas. It is estimated that there are less than 10,000 Sunda clouded leopards living in the wild, with a decreasing population.

The Sunda clouded leopard, known as the “tree tiger” or “branch tiger” in Indonesia, has been classified as a Vulnerable species by the IUCN. The cat inhabits Borneo and Sumatra, usually in usually in hilly and forest areas. It is estimated that there are less than 10,000 Sunda clouded leopards living in the wild, with a decreasing population.

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