Pine wood box, containing set of P. Jacobson's pattern atomic models

Made:
1900-1930 in Heidelberg

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Set of atomic models, P. Jacobson's pattern, by C. Desaga, Heidelberg, 1900-1930
Science Museum Group Collection
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Set of atomic models, P. Jacobson's pattern, by C. Desaga, Heidelberg, 1900-1930
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Set of atomic models, P. Jacobson's pattern, by C. Desaga, Heidelberg, 1900-1930
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Pine wood box, containing set of P. Jacobson's pattern atomic models, made by C. Desaga, Heidelberg, Germany, 1900-1930. Models consist of 7-black painted spheres, 4-bronze-brown painted spheres, 2-red painted spheres, 2-black painted spheres: each with a wood peg attached, 2-yellow painted spheres: each with a wood peg attached, 2-red painted spheres: each with a wood peg attached, 2-white painted spheres: each with a wood peg attached, 8-red painted spheres: each with a lead peg attached, 6-black painted spheres: each with a lead peg attached, 5-white painted spheres: each with a lead peg attached and 2-white painted spheres, 6-grey painted spheres: each with a lead peg attached and 22-lead pegs.

Details

Category:
Experimental Chemistry
Object Number:
1987-1157
Materials:
lead (metal), paint, paper (fibre product), pine (wood), wood (unidentified)
type:
atomic models
credit:
Exmouth Community College
status:
Permanent collection

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