Denoyer-Geppert Atomic Models - Set of 10

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Elementary Atomic Student Models Set includes 10 models consisting of 10 atoms showing electrons, protons and neutrons and 1 stand. First three are isotopes (neutron is magnetically attached). Bohr models of ten elements on the periodic table included: Hydrogen (Isotope), Helium (Isotope), Lithium (Isotope), Beryillum, Boron, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Fluorine, Neon.

These models allow students to clearly visualize the relationship between atomic weight, atomic number and the numbers of nuclear particles in one atom of that element. Includes an instructional guide and stand. Set of 257.
  • An entertaining and interactive way to teach your students about atoms
  • A must have for your science classroom
  • Included instructions help you teach lessons on protons, neutrons and electrons
  • Beryllium
  • Boron
  • Carbon
  • Nitrogen
  • Oxygen
  • Fluorine
  • and Neon and Three Isotopes (Hydrogen
  • Helium and Lithium) with Neutrons Magnetically Attached
  • Stand and 1 in Plastic Spheres