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Crystal Field Theory

Q. Consider the shown crystal-field splitting diagrams (Figure 1.) Select the one that fits each of the following descriptions. (The diagrams do not indicate the relative magnitudes of Δ.). A tetrahedral complex Fe^3+ a) diagram (1) b) diagram (2) c) diagram (3) d) diagram (4)

Solved • Apr 16, 2020

Crystal Field Theory

Q. If Cl is a weak-field ligand, how many unpaired elecrons are in the metal ion of [Mn(Cl)6]^4? Express your answer as an integer.

Solved • Apr 16, 2020

Crystal Field Theory

Q. Consider the shown crystal-field splitting diagrams (Figure 1.) Select the one that fits each of the following descriptions. (The diagrams do not indicate the relative magnitudes of Δ.). A tetrahedral complex of Ni^2+ a) diagram (1) b) diagram (2) c) diagram (3) d) diagram (4)

Solved • Apr 16, 2020

Crystal Field Theory

Q. How many unpaired electrons are in d orbitals of an octahedral complex of Mn^2+, assuming a strong-field complex? Express your answer as an integer.

Solved • Apr 16, 2020

Crystal Field Theory

Q. How many unpaired electrons are in d orbitals of an octahedral complex of Ru^2+, assuming a strong-field complex? Express your answer as an integer.

Solved • Apr 16, 2020

Crystal Field Theory

Q. How many unpaired electrons are in d orbitals of an octahedral complex of Rh^2+, assuming a strong-field complex? Express your answer as an integer.

Solved • Apr 16, 2020

Crystal Field Theory

Q. Determine the number of unpaired electrons in the octahedral coordination complex [Fe(NO2)6]^(3−)

Solved • Apr 6, 2020