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What is Graphite molecular structure
Graphite molecular structure consists of colored balls, keys, etc. It is mainly used for demonstration of high school chemistry and high school physics teaching content related to crystal structure. It can enhance students' spatial concept and help understand the characteristics of crystal structure.
Graphite molecular structure crystals have a layered hexagonal crystal structure. The carbon atoms in each layer form many hexagonal atomic rings. The atoms are connected by their valence bonds. The distance between the carbon atoms is equal to 1.415A. The layer-to-layer distance is 3.35A, and black balls are used to represent carbon atoms, which are connected by metal bonds of varying lengths.
Features and precautions of Graphite molecular structure
1. This model uses a combination of balls and keys, bright colors, intuitive and obvious, easy to use, and durable.
2. After use, it should be disassembled and stored in a box, and stored in a ventilated and dry place to avoid close to high temperature and harmful gases.