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Octahedral atom model

by Inorganic, published

Octahedral atom model by Inorganic Nov 9, 2010

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Description

This is an atom for use with standard chemistry model kits. It has "octahedral" geometry which binds to six other atoms.

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Excellent! (Wulfdesign: I'm not seeing a carbon anywhere, could you please post? BTW, I'm still having a lot of fun with thing:4626, thanks again!)

Hmmm... that was my reply which has gone a bit wrong.

If an admin sees this could they delete the redundant posts please.

Many thanks.

Awesome... please post when you get the chance, the more atoms the merrier. :)

We have a few others, trigonal planar (3 atom holes i.e. nitrogen) and linear/bent (2 hole atoms i.e. oxygen) I just have to get around to uploading them.

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This can be built on a standard build platform.

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Anonymous on Nov 10, 2010 said:

Awesome... please post when you get the chance, the more atoms the merrier. :)

We have a few others, trigonal planar (3 atom holes i.e. nitrogen) and linear/bent (2 hole atoms i.e. oxygen) I just have to get around to uploading them.

wulfdesign on Nov 10, 2010 said:

nope, wait... mine is only a 4 bond carbon atom...

Da3v on Nov 11, 2010 said:

Excellent! (Wulfdesign: I'm not seeing a carbon anywhere, could you please post? BTW, I'm still having a lot of fun with thing:4626, thanks again!)

wulfdesign on Nov 10, 2010 said:

that is hilarious.

I just designed and printed one of these yesterday.

design files are still over at the art space without internet access...

will post when I can retrieve them.

Anonymous on Nov 10, 2010 said:

Awesome... please post when you get the chance, the more atoms the merrier. :)

We have a few others, trigonal planar (3 atom holes i.e. nitrogen) and linear/bent (2 hole atoms i.e. oxygen) I just have to get around to uploading them.

Anonymous on Nov 10, 2010 said:

Awesome... please post when you get the chance, the more atoms the merrier. :)

We have a few others, trigonal planar (3 atom holes i.e. nitrogen) and linear/bent (2 hole atoms i.e. oxygen) I just have to get around to uploading them.

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