All of the 45mm atom spheres have multiple holes that can be configured to demonstrate any standard (VSEPR) geometry.
The black sphere has been constructed to show a tetrahedral (sp3) shape by using 4 of the 4/8 coordinate bond pegs. The blue sphere has been configured with 2 polar and 3 radial bond pegs to show a trigonal bipyramidal geometry. The silver sphere below has been constructed using 4 radial pegs and 2 polar pegs for an octahedral geometry.
If only one polar peg is used, the sphere can representative a univalent atom. If 2 polar pegs are used, the sphere can represent a 180o linear arrangement (e.g. hydrogen bond). If only three radial pegs are used, then the sphere will represent a trigonal configuration.
|69388C||Atom, Unit, 25mm, white (hydrogen)||30|
|69390C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, blue (nitrogen)||4|
|69391C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, red (oxygen)||6|
|69392C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, black (carbon)||20|
|69393C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, green (halogen)||6|
|69394C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, silver (metal)||2|
|69395C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, yellow (sulfur)||2|
|69400||Unit Bond Pegs: 72 pieces: (36 tetra; 24 radial;12 polar)||2|
|69150-60||Unit Blue Plastic Bond, 60mm||36|
|69150-80||Unit Blue Plastic Bond, 80mm||40|
|69150-120||Unit Blue Plastic Bond, 120mm||4|
|69084C||Unit bond, 90mm white flexible: double/triple bonds||10|