Molecular model of Riebeckite

 

Molecular model of Anorthite

 

Molecular model of Chrysotile

 

Molecular model of Spinel

 

 

 



Mineral Structure Models

 

Minerals are a fascinating and varied group of materials; the visible forms that mineral crystals adopt result directly from their internal crystal structures, which are almost as rich and varied as the minerals themselves. Over the years, our models have been used to illustrated the structures of hundreds of these minerals, with more being added ever year.

Some examples of these mineral structure models, geological models and crystal structures can be seen here. As with all of our other models, you are not restricted to the items in our catalogue. We can produce any structure, to any scale, according to your requirements. We can make huge models that are absolutely stunning and eye-catching, we can include highlighting of unit cells and incorporate lattice planes, to illustrate educational aspects of your models. We can display these on bases, and include illumination to really draw people's attention. And if you need to illustrate the replacement of ions in the structure, why not consider our options for that?

 

If you want models to fill a really big space, why not consider our large molecular models or our giant molecular models?

 

So, when you want to display a model of a mineral structure for whatever reason - whether you need help to explain a structure to students, you are studying a known mineral, or maybe even want to celebrate discovered a new one, why not use our accurate and high quality models to help you?

 

 


 
 
 

Molecular model of Namuwite

 

Molecular model of Ruby - Cr doped alumina

 

Crystal structure model of Rutile

 

 

detail of a molecular model of tourmaline