coordination complexes

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1 Coordination Complexes Slide 1 Coordination Complexes Coordination Complexes Slide 2 Coordination Complexes: Basics Consider Fe 3+ (aq): actually [Fe (H 2 O) 6 ] 3+ : • Lewis acid/Lewis base interaction • Waters form coordinate covalent bonds to the iron • Species attached to central atom ‘different’ that if they were not Fe H 2 O H 2 O OH 2 OH 2 H 2 O OH 2 3+ 3X
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2 Coordination Complexes Slide 3 Coordination Complexes: Basics-2 Octahedral Tetrahedral Square Planar Coordination Complexes Slide 4
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3 Coordination Complexes Slide 5 90 degree angles All positions equal Coordination Complexes Slide 6 109.5 degree angles All positions equal
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4 Coordination Complexes Slide 7 90 degree angles All positions equal Coordination Complexes Slide 8
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5 Coordination Complexes Slide 9 Coordination Complexes Slide 10
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Coordination Complexes Slide 11 Isomer Classifications Yes No Are the isomers related by a mirror plane? Coordination Complexes
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2008 for the course CHEM 6C taught by Professor Hoeger during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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