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KS7998 Supplementary Set of 18 Lattice Menzer Models
KS7998 Supplementary Set of 18 Lattice Menzer Models
Klinger Educational Products

KS7998 Supplementary Set of 18 Lattice Menzer Models

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Supplementary Set of 18 Lattice Menzer Models

Supplementary set of 18 lattices, according to Prof. Menzer. (Supplementing the translational Bravais lattices.) Models are approximately 20 cm high. Primitive cells are identified by means of colored rods. Models are constructed to the same specifications as the KS7997 and may be ordered as a set or individually.
Description

KS7998a Monoclinic Lattices with Centered XZ-Plane
KS7998b Monoclinic Base-centered Lattice with Inclined Prism as Primitive Cell
KS7998c Orthorhombic Base-centered Lattice with Orthorhombic Prism as Primitive Cell
KS7998d Orthorhombic Face-centered Lattice Rhombohedral-type Primitive Cell
KS7998e Orthorhombic Face-centered Lattice with Inclined Prism as Primitive Cell
KS7998f Orthorhombic Body-centered Lattice with Rhombohedral-type Primitive Cell
KS7998g Orthorhombic Body-centered Lattice with Inclined Prism as Primitive Cell
KS7998h Tetragonal Base-centered Lattice with Primitive Tetragonal Cell
KS7998i Tetragonal Face-centered Lattice
KS7998j Tetragonal Body-centered Lattice with Rhombohedral-type Primitive Cell
KS7998k Tetragonal Body-centered Lattice with Incline Prism as Primitive Cell
KS79981 Rhombohedral Lattice with Hexagonal Cell
KS7998m Rhombohedral Lattice in Hexagonal Prism
KS7998n Rhombohedral Lattice in Hexagonal Prism (600 angle: cubic close packing)
KS7998o Hexagonal Lattice: Hexagonal Prism
KS7998p Cubic Face-centered Lattice with Rhombohedral Primitive Cell
KS7998q Cubic Body-centered Lattice with Rhombohedral Primitive Cell
KS7998r Cubic Body-centered Lattice with Inclined Prism as Primitive Cell

These models are hand made in the USA by Klinger Educational Products. These are permanent structures. We only use grade A materials. The 1 inch balls are made of hard Maplewood that includes an enameled painted finish. Polished steel rods are used to connect the wooden balls together.