MODEL SETS FOR INORGANIC (GENERAL) CHEMISTRY
MG180 ADVANCED GENERAL AND ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
When learning to visualize 3-D molecular structures, isomerism, and nomenclature, these models are essential. This Advanced General and Organic Chemistry Molecular Model set has 180 components including 5 VSEPR models (linear, trigonal planar, tetrahedral, trigonal bipyramidal, and octahedral) and 1 square planar model for building complex ions. The flexible links allow you to create single, double, and triple bonds.
MG67 MOLECULAR GEOMETRY (VSEPR)
Five universal VSEPR models allows the student to build linear, planar triangular, tetrahedral, trigonal bipyramidal, and octahedral structures. When the student builds the molecules over a white sheet of paper and uses the white links to represent the lone pairs of electrons on the central atom, the molecular geometries can be easily visualized.
MG265 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Build coordination compounds and complex ions containing monodentate and polydentate ligands and explore geometric and optical isomerism. Linear, planar triangular, tetrahedral, square planar, trigonal bipyramidal, and octahedral models are among the 265 parts in this set!
HC294 THE SOLUTIONS MODEL SET
"LIKE DISSOLVES LIKE" is a saying that describes the solubility of substances. Use this magnetic molecular model set to demonstrate the dissolution of salt in water. Sodium and chloride ions are magnetically attracted to the water molecules and separated from the crystal. The extent of solubility ranges widely based on the structure of the substances. Build ethanol and water to show that similar structures are infinitely soluble (fully miscible). In contrast, build hexane and water to illustrate the unlike structures of insoluble substances. This versatile model set includes six magnetic water molecules and can also be used to study many physical properties of water and ice crystals.