Wooden Hexaphenylbenzene Molecule Model


This is a wooden molecule model of Hexaphenylbenzene, C42H30.

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This is a wooden molecule model of Hexaphenylbenzene, C42H30. The atoms are hand painted wooden spheres in the correct ratios based on data from the Cambridge Crystallographic Database. It is mounted on a beech wood base with the word Hexaphenylbenzene and the chemical formula in a plastic tag.

The benzene ring is mounted in a custom made plexiglass holder mounted on a nickel-plated brass rod.

Hexaphenylbenzene is an aromatic compound composed of a benzene ring substituted with six phenyl rings. It is a colorless solid. The compound is the parent member of a wider class of hexaarylbenzenes.

This is the representation of the gas-state of the molecule, with the 6 phenyl rings perpendicular to the benzene ring.

More about Hexaphenylbenzene you can read on WikiPedia or PubChem.

The size of the model is 28cm x 28cm x 17cm (width, depth, height).

The model is a unique model and the images are of the model itself.

Additional information

Weight 0,425 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 27 cm


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