How to Build an Oxygen Atom Model?

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Oxygen atom models aren't very hard to make at all. Using a different color for the electrons, protons and neutrons will make your model visually appealing. You will need craft paints and several other things for this activity. Check out this site for more information on making an oxygen model: www.ehow.com
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