How do you make a 3D boron model?


You need to determine a name of the element as atom model, find the number of protons and electrons, go on to determine the number of neutrons, paint the protons one color and the neutrons a different color, make the electron orbits using a wire circle, glue each of the electron shells to the poster board in the correct order, leaving the nucleus in the center of the atom, there you will have made a 3D boron model.
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