This Indigo Point Group model Set is our most complete for demonstrating symmetry operations & comes with over 25 models, including ferrocene, all of which you can build simultaneously. Because of both its expense & completeness, we recommend it primarily for instructors in either a class or tutorial setting.
Any of the Orbit style organic chemistry molecular model sets can be customized with extra parts to do most or all of these configurations.
See the Related Images below for all the different point group models that can be built with this set.
|68186-20||Wobbly bond, 20mm, each||104|
|68186-25||Wobbly bond, 25mm, each||10|
|68186-30||Wobbly bond, 30mm, each||52|
|68186-35||Wobbly bond, 35mm, each||39|
|68186-50||Wobbly bond, 50mm, each||10|
|68216C||Atom, Orbit, H "a", white, 1 prong||95|
|68217C||Atom, Orbit, N "a", blue, 1 prong||2|
|68219C||Atom, Orbit, F "a", light green, 1 prong||15|
|68221C||Atom, Orbit, Cl "a", green, 1 prong||16|
|68228C||Atom, Orbit, S "c", 100 degree, yellow||8|
|68230C||Atom, Orbit, O "d", 110 degree, red (Od)||8|
|68241C||Atom, Orbit, C "j", planar: 120-120-120, black||1|
|68244C||Atom, Orbit, C "k", tetrahedral, black||50|
|68245C||Atom, Orbit, N "k", tetrahedral, blue||8|
|68247C||Atom, Orbit, P "k", tetrahedral, purple||1|
|68255C||Atom, Orbit, S "l", octahedral, yellow||1|
|68258C||Atom, Orbit "l", metal, octahedral, grey||3|
|68259C||Atom, Orbit, C "m", trigonal bipyramidal, black||11|
This model set has the flexibility needed to teach symmetry point groups effectively, as well as modeling metal coordination complexes. Some atoms have holes perpendicular to their main bonds, allowing for modeling H-bonds or electrostatic interactions. Construction-wise, atoms pieces are smaller relative to the bond pieces, emphasizing the relative space taken up by orbitals compared to nuclei. However, this can also make it difficult to change molecular structure quickly. Indigo Instruments customer service was also very helpful in processing my order quickly and completing forms required by my institution for requisition.
Thanks for the feedback. It is an unusual set & the only one we know of that can build ferrocene.