How to Make a 3D Model of the Element Nickel?

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To make a 3D model of the element nickel, you will need items to represent the neutrons, electrons and protons and their positions. Use Styrofoam balls or clay and colored each component differently. To join them, use toothpicks, dowels and glue.
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