Organic Chemistry Class Molecular Model Kit 240Pcs – Sumnacon Inorganic Biochemistry Molecular Model Kit for Student,Teachers Biochemist Toxicologists Study, 86 Atoms + 153 Bonds + 1 Bond Remover

Specification:

The kit has more than enough of each type of atom representative, that you are able to build complex molecules, up to a C15.
It is easy to assemble what you need to build, and the disassemble tool makes dissembling the moleculses easy.

The Molecular Model Kit comes with 86 atoms include 12 different elements
(carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, Iron, phosphorus, iodine, fluorine, chlorine, bromine, sulfur, and boron).
This kit includes long flexible links that are perfect for making double and triple bonds, as well as medium and shorter-length single-bond links.
Using it you will find it is made your organic chemistry class so much easier and very fun to play with!

The chemistry kit is allowing you to visualize 3d models to get a strong grasp of the underlying biochemistry that is occurring..

Package Inlcude:

Atoms
✬ 30 x H-Hydrogen ( 17mm, White, Hole 1 )
✬ 15 x C-Carbon ( 23mm, Black, Holes 4 )
✬ 10 x O-Oxygen ( 23mm, Red, Holes 2 )
✬ 4 x N-Nitrogen ( 23mm, Blue, Holes 3 )
✬ 4 x S-Sulphur ( 23mm, Yellow, Holes 6 )
✬ 5 x P-Phosphorus ( 23mm, Purple, Holes 5 )
✬ 2 x F-Fluorine ( 23mm, Orange, Holes 1 )
✬ 8 x Cl-Chlorine ( 23mm, Green, Holes 1 )
✬ 2 x Br-Bromine ( 23mm, Dark blue, Holes 5)
✬ 2 x I-Iodine ( 23mm, Dark purple, Holes 5 )
✬ 2 x Fe-Iron ( 23mm,Silver, Holes 3 )
✬ 2 x B-Boron ( 23mm, Silver, Holes 6 )

Links
✬ 60*Medium Connector(single covalent bonds) Light-Grey
✬ 25*Long Flexible Connector(double/triple covalent bonds) Grey-Green
✬ 60*Short Single Connector- for space-filling mode
✬ 1*ABS Box (Size: 9.25″*6.69″*1.38″)

Product Features

  • 🎅 What Will You Get? – 30 hydrogen,15 carbon,10 oxygen, 4 nitrogen, 4 sulfate,5 phosphorus,2 fluorine,8 chlorine,2 bromine,2 iodine, 2 metal and 2 boron. There are 25 double bond links that are flexible, 60 single bond links, 8 short double bond links and 60 short single bond links.It’s very helpful in explaining molecular structures.
  • 🎄 Makes Organic Chemistry Learning Much Easier – Without a biochemistry model kit, you trying to replicate a 3d ball and stick model in your head will be ineffective when you took biology class.BUY THIS ORGANIC CHEMISTRY MODEL KIT! A geometric shape is a lot more clear to work with.It gets you one step closer to understanding why these bonds work, or why this molecule acts this way. You will seeing it makes a world of difference in your understanding.
  • 🎅 A must-have for Organic Chemistry – It comes Comes with plenty of pieces for a majority of useful structures and a convenient box that doesn’t take up much space. It is easy to take to class or to a study session and is really helping students visualize the things learning in Organic Chemistry class. The bonds all connect well and the small bond removing tool is very handy.
  • 🎄 Enjoy Your Organic Chemistry Class – The molecular model set is excellent for visualizing all the different molecules required to organic for organic chemistry class.The kit has more than enough of each type of atom representative, that you are able to build complex molecules, up to a C15. You can rotate the atoms, break it up again, and put it back together in the form of a ball and stick model,and the disassemble tool makes dissembling the moleculses easy.
  • 🎁 PERFECT MUST HAVE GIFT for a Organic Chemistry Students, chemical engineering student, biochemistry kinesthetic learner.If you are in a chemistry, whether organic or inorganic, or any biology class, get this molecular model kit! It’s a win-win situation. Try our products for 30 days and if there are any quality problem, we promise to offer you a prompt and full refund.

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