MODEL SETS FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
MG175 ORGANIC PLUS MODEL SET
- Type of Package: Plastic box
The Organic Plus Model Set has all of the great features of the MG140 model set PLUS it has 3 new features! This model set has 35 additional parts that can be used to illustrate sigma and pi bonding, resonance, and aromaticity! The Organic Plus Model Set is perfect for the more advanced orgainic chemistry student!
MG140 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY MOLECULAR MODEL SET
Organic molecules do not look flat as illustrated by the structural formulas in your text book. The great thing about the Organic Chemistry Molecular Model Set is that you can build thousands of organic molecules in their natural conformations and see the 3-D structure of the molecules. With 140 durable components in this model set, you can build bigger molecules without having to reuse model parts. The snap-closure on the plastic storage box prevents spills and the 8 compartments keep the atom models and bonds conveniently separated. When learning to visualize 3-D molecular structures, isomerism and nomenclature, this model set is essential!
MG220 BONDING AND STRUCTURE IN ORGANIC MOLECULES
This high quality molecular model set will be an immense help when learning organic chemistry. This molecular model set has some very unique features. Among the 220 durable plastic components, there are a large variety of atom models with different orbital hybridizations. This model set also has both flexible and rigid links. Flexible and rigid links are used to create accurate representations of sigma and pi bonding. The links are scaled for more precise bond lengths. These models will help you visualize organic molecules in three dimensions, which can be very useful if your professor requires you to do chair flips or find the most stable conformations. Our bonds allow easy transformation between "boat" and "chair" conformations. The instructions and pictures show you how to assemble the atom models.
MG96 SIGMA AND PI BONDS
This amazing model set allows students hands on experience with 3-dimensional bonding. The gray links represent a sigma bond, a single covalent bond that is formed when an electron pair is shared by the direct overlap of bonding orbitals. Two red links represent a pi bond, a bond that is formed when parallel orbitals overlap to share electrons.
HC109 ISOMERS MODEL SET
An isomer is a molecule with the same chemical formula as another molecule, but with a different chemical structure. The chemical structures are difficult to imagine. This model set allows you to build and see the subtle differences in the chemical structures of the isomers.
HC90 ASPIRIN SYNTHESIS
Aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) is the most common medicinal drug in use today. Students can simulate the synthesis of aspirin and analyze the reaction to discover the limiting and excess reagents. The modeling activity gives students the opportunity to evaluate laboratory data using stoichiometric calculations and determine the most successful synthesis reaction.
HC95 FOSSIL FUELS
Fossil fuels such as natural gas, gasoline, and candle wax are composed of hydrocarbons. Use this set to build the molecular structures of many common fuels, such as propane, butane, and octane. Red links are used to emphasize the ENERGY stored within the chemical bonds.
HC152 RECYCLING PLASTICS
This set allows students to construct the repeating unit for each of the six plastics. Download the modeling activity and your students can “scavenger hunt” for different types of plastics, investigate the physical properties of their samples, and draw conclusions about the relationship of the molecular structure to the properties and recycling of each plastic.