|Jun7-12, 11:38 AM||#1|
Sources for Crystal Models (FCC, BCC, etc)?
I have been acquiring some nice molecular models of graphene, buckyballs, and things like the model below.
One thing I have not been able to find are crystal models with the different orientations like face-centered cubic, body-centered cubic and such. Does anyone know where I can find molecular models like this one? I cannot make some of these without drilling the modeling kits that I have (which, due to the angles and connectors, would look terrible and be a big hassle). Styrofoam and other DIY methods are not preferred, I am looking for pre-made, hard, plastic models if anyone knows. Thank you!
|Jun7-12, 11:52 AM||#2|
First thing Google throws up
Cu should be FCC (P017)
alpha-Iron should be BCC (P032)
No idea about different surface orientations, though.
 and another one that also does custom models
there are plenty...
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