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By D. P. Graddon, H. Taube, A. G. Maddock

ISBN-10: 0080032370

ISBN-13: 9780080032375

An advent to Co-Ordination Chemistry, moment variation covers the elemental features of co-ordination chemistry. The name is designed to introduce the readers to the fundamental ideas and theories that govern co-ordination chemistry.
The textual content first stories the background of co-ordination chemistry, after which proceeds to discussing the fashionable theories of co-ordination chemistry. subsequent, the choice covers transition steel stereochemistry. bankruptcy IV talks concerning the balance of complicated salts, whereas bankruptcy V bargains with the stabilization of oxidation states. The textual content additionally covers carbonyls and II-complexes. within the final bankruptcy, the name offers the sensible purposes of co-ordination chemistry.
The e-book might be of significant use to scholars, researchers, and practitioners of chemistry similar disciplines.

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48 AN I N T R O D U C T I O N TO C O - O R D I N A T I O N CHEMISTRY Tables 4 and 6 give some idea of the sort of shift in the position of absorption bands which occurs in complexes of the ions Cu2+ and Ni2+. Table 7 gives some data for the two bands in the visible region which are characteristic of octahedral, diamagnetic Co J+ complexes; these bands have extinctions between 50 and 200. TABLE 7. ABSORPTION BANDS OF DIAMAGNETIC COMPLEXES OF C o H Wavelengths (m/x) Complex 606 525 515 515 500 490 480 470 320 [Co(C 2 0 4 ) 3 ] 3 [Co(NH,) 5 Cl] 2+ [Co(NH 3 ) 5 (OH)] 2+ [Co(NH 3 ) 5 (C0 3 )] + [Co(NH,) 5 (NO,)] 2+ [Co(NH,) 5 (NCS)] 2+ [Co(NH 3 )e] 3+ [Co(NH 2 CH 2 CH,NH,),] ?

10) and the squareplanar location of the molecules of water in hydrated cupric salts (p. 67). Thus it is now widely accepted that the high magnetic susceptibilities in aqueous solution of all the transition metal cations of the first long period, except Co 3 + , are due to the presence of these ions in the form of 6:co-ordinated complex hydrates, with "outer-orbital" bond hybridization and it is doubtful whether any cases are known of these ions occurring in the "free" state, even in anhydrous crystals.

THE SIDGWICK-POWELL THEORY The simple MX 3 and MX 2 molecules of groups V and VI have per­ manent dipole moments indicating not only the polarity of the bonds but also the non-planarity or non-linearity of the molecules as a whole. : N H , , 107°; Vll:i, 94°; AsH 3 , 92°; SbH„ 91°; OH 2 , 104°; SH 2 , 92° the higher bond angles in ammonia and water being attributed to re­ pulsion of the hydrogen atoms attached to the small oxygen or nitrogen atoms. In 1940, however, Sidgwick and Powell pointed out that the stereo­ chemistry of many molecules having non-bonding pairs of electrons could be explained on the assumption that all the electrons on the atom com­ bined to form a set of hybrid-bond orbitals, only some of which were used for bonding; that is that the non-bonding pairs of electrons were also involved in the bond hybridization.

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