Posted September 24, 2011
by Lensyl Urbano
Cyclohexane, from the interactive model on 3Dchem.com.
Molecular models tend to fascinate. As a introduction to the chemistry of elements, students seem to like putting them together, and they tend to enjoy finding out what their molecules are called.
You can’t beat fitting together molecules by hand as a learning experience, but 3Dchem has a nice collection of interactive, three-dimensional molecules, including molecules of the month.
Periodic spiral of the elements (from 3Dchem.com).
They also have three-dimensional periodic tables showing the sizes of the atoms in the traditional tabular form as well as a spiral.
Periodic Table showing the elements by size.
Citing this post: Urbano, L., 2011. 3d Molecule of the Month, Retrieved March 30th, 2017, from Montessori Muddle: http://MontessoriMuddle.org/ .
Attribution (Curator's Code ): Via: ᔥ Montessori Muddle; Hat tip: ↬ Montessori Muddle.