Use the Calcium Sulphate molecular model to show the elementary structure of calcium sulphate (anhydrous) as well as other comparable crystal structures such as silicate and phosphate. The bonds of the elementary structure are identified in white so ...
Item: T22001 
Item: T22002 
This versatile model demonstrates the ion lattice crystal of the sodium chloride type such as NaCl, KCI; NaBr, AgCI, MgO and CaO.
Item: T22003 
Use this unique model to illustrate the structure of graphite with its tightly packed carbon atoms arranged in layers. The clear plexiglass surfaces which separate the layers provide an unobstructed view of the dark carbon "atoms" and help ...
Item: T22004 
Diamond is the world's hardest natural substance. Your students will be able to understand why when they view the arrangement of carbon atoms represented in this model.
Item: T22005 
Shows hexagonal lattice of metal crystal.
Item: T22006 
Shows the structure of a spatially centered lattice.
Item: T22007 
This model depicts the crystal structure of rhombic sulphur where the basic structure is a ring of 8 atoms. The elemental structure of the crystal contains sulphur molecules consisting of 16 atoms. The bonds of the elemental structure are marked in white ...
Item: T22009 
Show the structure of silicon dioxide and other covalent compounds by demonstrating the tetrahedral-shaped arrangement of their particles.
Item: T22010 
This model demonstrates the elementary structure of calcium carbonate (calcite) as well as other crystal structures of similar construction.
Item: T22013 
Illustrate the ion lattice crystals of the caesium chloride type such as NH4Cl and CsCl using this model.
Item: T22015 
This model demonstrates the typical arrangement of bi-atomic molecules such as I2 or O2.
Item: T22016 
Kit contains assembly elements for the representation of three-dimensional structures of organic and inorganic molecules. The representation can be carried out both in ball-and-stick models and space-filling models.
134 assembly components ...
Set of 3 easy-to-use models of various carbon crystal structures: diamond, graphite and fullerene, for demonstrating the fundamental differences between the structures.
- Ball diameter: 25 mm approx.
- Lengths of sides: 150
Item: U400013 
• 13 Sodium, grey, diameter 23 mm
• 14 Chlorine, green, diameter 32 mm
• 54 grey, medium links
Item: W19705