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Orbit Organic and Inorganic Foundation Set

Ideal student set for a basic chemistry course.
65 atoms, 90 bonds, model building instructions.

£9.16 each

Product Code: 0045

Orbit Basic Structures Individual Set

Learn about the structures of organic molecules, inorganic materials, crystals and metals.
290 atoms, 190 bonds, 1 activity booklet.

£28.10 each

Product Code: 0026

Orbit Organic and Inorganic Individual Set

Learn about molecular shape, stereochemistry, isomerism and bonding in organic and inorganic molecules and complex ions.
240 atoms, 200 bonds, 1 activity booklet.

£22.43 each

Product Code: 0027

Orbit Lattices Individual Set

Learn about crystals and lattice structures.
270 atoms, 220 bonds, 1 activity booklet

£32.67 each

Product Code: 0028

Orbit Biochemistry Individual Set

Learn about the chemistry of life.
255 atoms, 250 bonds, 1 activity booklet.

£22.48 each

Product Code: 0029

Orbit Large Set

Includes all the different atoms in the Orbit system.
1260 atoms, 1000 bonds, 4 activity / study booklets
Supplied in two premium compartmented storage boxes.

£188.00 each

Product Code: 0041

Orbit Basic Structures Class Set

Learn about the structures of organic molecules, inorganic materials, crystals and metals.
515 atoms, 420 bonds, 1 activity booklet.

£59.73 each

Product Code: 0046

Orbit Organic and Inorganic Class Set

Learn about molecular shape, stereochemistry, isomerism and bonding in organic and inorganic molecules and complex ions.
500 atoms, 320 bonds, 1 activity booklet.

£50.64 each

Product Code: 0047

Orbit Lattices Class Set

Learn about crystals and lattices.
380 atoms, 370 bonds, 1 activity booklet

£63.16 each

Product Code: 0048

Orbit Biochemistry Class Set

Learn about the chemistry of life.
400 atoms, 395 bonds, 1 activity booklet.

£50.87 each

Product Code: 0049

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