Molymod V Bonds-non-VSEPR

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The Molymod short v-link is used in semi-spacefilling models to compensate for small angular differences in non-standard vsepr shapes. It is especially important for accommodating uncommon bond angles. This is best seen in our 17 base pair DNA model, first sold to Bell Labs in 2000 & 36 base pair "Big Bang Theory" DNA molecular model.

Note: the Big Bang Theory Model as seen on TV used 2 of the 17 base pair versions stacked together.

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Use only these genuine Molymod Atoms & Bonds for full compatibility with any of our Molymod Molecular Model Sets & Molymod Molecular Model Kits.

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2020-08-14

These V-bonds are found in teachers' sets. If you are a student, these bonds come in handy when building closed-dome [spacefilling] models of pentagons as seen in DNA nucleotides of adenine and guanine. These components can supplement a student's molecular set. Other [rare] uses include Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) or Heterocyclic compounds...

— garrooo
— Indigo:

A true student of chemistry. Glad you found use for these bonds. We use them extensively in our 17 DNA model & 36 base pair Big Bang Theory DNA model.

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