Molecular model of a cobalt complex
Detail of an Aluminium Nickel Gadolinium alloy crystal structure model

Crystal structure model of Ytterbium rhodium stannide alloy
Crystal structure model of Ytterbium rhodium stannide alloy

Crystal structure model of copper magnesium alloy
Crystal structure model of copper magnesium alloy

 

Crystal Structure Models of Alloys

 

 

Alloys are one of mankind's greatest and most important acievements. From naturally occurring alloys such as eugenite and electrum, through bronze, discovered around 3300BC, to exotic modern alloys such as pseudo-palladium, they pervade almost every aspect of our lives in one way or another.

 

Alloy structures tend to have a high density of bonds in their structures, which makes them challenging to construct. Consequently, they also feel markedly heavier than, for example, inorganic crystal structures or mineral structures of the same size, but they are amazing to hold and view. Their forms range from simple substitution of atoms in close-packed structures through to astonishingly rich, symmetrical, large long range structures as seen in Bergman-type phases. Whatever you want, we can create crystal structure models of just about any alloy you can imagine.

 

 

crystal structure model of Aluminium Gadolinium Yttrium alloy

Crystal structure model of an Aluminium Gadolinium Yttrium alloy

 

 

Crystal structure model of a copper antimony alloy
Crystal structure model of a copper antimony alloy

Crystal structure model of a magnesium zinc alloy
Crystal structure model of a magnesium zinc alloy

Crystal structure model of Manganese Thorium alloy
Crystal structure model of Manganese Thorium alloy