SO2 (sulfur dioxide) is a molecule representative of bent bond angle shape geometry & is roughly 300mm (12") long when constructed from Unit models.
The atoms in this VSEPR Large Classroom Model set can assume any geometry. Go to the bottom of page Unit Molecular Models for an overview or click on the Instructions/Safety tab to see videos on how to construct any molecular geometry.
Compare this to the model from the smaller Orbit Basic VSEPR theory set; the same structure is only 50mm (2") along the 2 arms of the molecule.
Note: neither model shows the double bonds; just the molecular shape.
|69150-60||Unit Blue Plastic Bond, 60mm||4|
|69150-80||Unit Blue Plastic Bond, 80mm||18|
|69388C||Atom, Unit, 25mm, white (hydrogen)||4|
|69390C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, blue (nitrogen)||1|
|69391C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, red (oxygen)||2|
|69392C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, black (carbon)||3|
|69393C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, green (halogen)||16|
|69395C||Atom, Unit, 45mm, yellow (sulfur)||2|
|69400||Unit Bond Pegs: 72 pieces: (36 tetra; 24 radial;12 polar)||1|