Crystal structure represented by a wooden assemly of three layers of regular octahedra joined at the apexes
Crystal structure represented by a wooden assemly of three layers of regular octahedra joined at the apexes. The top layer shows the infilling of the spaces created with more octahedra.
Part of a collection of models used to teach Crystallography at King's College London in the nineteenth century.
- Experimental Chemistry
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- wooden model
- King's College, London
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