Set of four models illustrating Van't Hoff's theory of the asymmetric carbon atom

Made:
1920-1925
maker:
Science Museum, Workshops

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Four models illustrating van't Hoff's 1874 theory of the asymmetric carbon atom. Constructed in Museum. 1920-1925. SCM
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Set of four models illustrating van't Hoff's 1874 theory of the asymmetric carbon atom: two with black molecules inscribed with periodic table elements at each corner, and two with different coloured molecules at each corner, by Science Museum Workshops, South Kensington, London, England, 1920-1925

Four models illustrating van't Hoff's theory of the asymmetric carbon atom

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Category:
Experimental Chemistry
Object Number:
1925-28
type:
molecular model
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status:
Permanent collection

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