×Read this message from Erik, founder of YouMagine

Molecules and atoms

These prints will help students to understand how molecules are built up.


    Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike

    Commercial use is allowed, you must attribute the creator, you may remix this work and the remixed work should be made available under this license.

    Learn more or download attribution tags


    Molecules consist of atoms. Atoms are the building blocks. If you want to build molecules, you will need atoms of different elements. On this page you can download 3 types of atoms, to teach your students how molecules are built up.

    With these models it is possible to create molecules like H2O(water), CH4 (methane), C3H8(propane) and more.

    These models are created by Tim van der Vaart



    Issues are used to track todos, bugs or requests. To get started, you could create an issue.


    03cd129ee90b26dc2054de92321f46a1?default=blank&size=40Telcantor added this to the Education collection ago
    00759cbae5c248e4e94a53ac0c51be20?default=blank&size=40pepaprint added this to the Molecualr and atoms collection ago
    Af41fb224f100386ad99e4059d07109a?default=blank&size=40MariaAlda added this to the Laboratorio collection ago
    02d5fdf17c79a9f88e6c16839f73a4a5?default=blank&size=40Iana Alves added this to the TCC collection ago
    Mini 645ospalh commented ago

    Nice idea, but.

    But it’s kind-of pointless when your H-O-H is linear. How can you show the polarity of water? Methane isn’t flat like that, too.

    A3c378306573f417c0867e16c16f0992?default=blank&size=40Marcelo Carvalho added this to the Medical collection ago
    Mini ronaldRonald Scheer published this design ago