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Molymod W19757 Atomic Orbital Molyorbital 14 Model Collection Set
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This atomic orbital molecular set contains sufficient parts to make 14 easy to self-assemble atomic orbitals. The atomic orbital molecular set includes: mode quantity, 1s unhybridised (1), 2s unhybridised (1), 2p unhybridised (3), 3d unhybridised (5), model of a 2s plus three 2p orbitals, unhybridised (1), sp, sp2, sp3 hybridised (3) for 14 total orbitals. Pink and purple colored pear shaped lobes represent the two wave phases, positive and negative of the p and d atomic orbitals. The atomic nuclei are represented by opaque white spheres. Each atomic orbital molecular model comes with its own individual colorless, transparent base for display purposes. Approximate atomic orbital model heights including base are: s-orbital 5 cm, p-orbital 9 cm, d-orbital 8 cm.
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By Brian Michel on July 6, 2015
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I teach organic chemistry and organometallic chemistry at a university. I first saw these in a colleagues office and thought they would be a great teaching tool. They are incredibly useful for explaining bonding concepts to students that come into my office. I think that the visual representations help some people more than me just drawing the orbitals on paper. They are especially powerful for describing d-orbital bonding in metal complexes. They also look great in my office window.
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