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Charge Electronimoes Extender Deck

Atomic Bonding cards featuring energies and sophisticated bonding
Extra cards for more molecular possibilities. One of each card plus 19 hydrogens, one Aluminum, 11 mixed carbon, four nitrogens, seven double bonding oxygens and four single bonding oxygens, 11 mixed oxygen ions. The original game deck is called Charge Electronimoes.

Part of the Journey to Neon chemistry game series by Julie Newdoll,




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Average Rating 0 reviews
Publish Date April 02, 2017
Edition First
Department Playing Cards
Genre Science
Audience Students / Teachers
Primary Mechanic Pattern Matching
If You Like Dominoes

Why buy this?

Julie Newdoll’s Electronimoes is an easily learned, colorful game. The bonding combinations that one comes up with in the course of game make sense. They teach beautifully. . .

  • Make more molecules!
  • Great for fully understanding Lewis Structures
  • Can be used to play regular card games like Gin Rummy.

Julie Newdoll

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  • This game contains a premium upgrade called UV Coating that makes the printed components more durable.
  • This game does not come in a box.


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