An economical molecular model set designed for individual activities in organic chemistry. Ideal for studying homology, isomerism, functional groups, and nomenclature. There is no limit to the number of three-dimensional molecules which can be constructed - both polar and nonpolar. Two or more sets may be combined for more complex molecules. Set consists of 35 colored wooden balls (3/4") (six black carbon, two blue nitrogen, 15 yellow hydrogen, four red oxygen, four green chlorine, two orange sodium, two purple potassium); and coiled springe to represent the following bonds - 12 aliphatic carbon (1.5"), 12 carbon-hydrogen (1"), and six aromatic carbon (1.125"). Instructions included.
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