Lecture_Notes_110909b

Lecture_Notes_110909b - polarized light, have...

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Coordination Compounds y Give the formulas for the following coordination compounds or complex ions: { hexaaquairon(II) ion { tetraamminediiodoplatinum(V) tetraiodoplatinate(II)
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Isomerism y Isomers – compounds with the same formula, but different properties y Structural Isomerism – contain the same atoms, but one or more bonds differ y Coordination Isomerism – the composition of the complex ion varies y Linkage Isomerism – the composition of the complex ion is the same, but the point of attachment of one or more of the ligands varies
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Isomerism y Stereoisomerism – all the bonds in the isomers are the same, but the spatial arrangements differ y Cis-trans Isomerism – (Geometrical isomers) when two atoms or groups of atoms can assume different positions around a rigid ring or bond; trans = across from each other, cis = adjacent to each other y Optical Isomerism – isomers have different effects on plane
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Unformatted text preview: polarized light, have non-superimposable mirror images, called chiral, isomers are called enatiomers Isomerism Coordination Isomerism Linkage Isomerism Geometrical Isomerism When iron is involved in an anionic complex ion it will be named: Irona t e F errous Fe rra te I t d pend s on th l i. .. 3% 2% 79% 17% 1. Ironate 2. Ferrous 3. Ferrate 4. It depends on the ligands involved Which of the following is not a type of stereoisomerism? Optica l Isomerism Geometric Isomerism Co o rd in a t io n I s ome ris m Al hre e re y pes f .. . 11% 13% 63% 13% 1. Optical Isomerism 2. Geometric Isomerism 3. Coordination Isomerism 4. All three are types of stereoisomerism Optical Isomerism Optical Isomerism Optical Isomerism Optical Isomerism Isomerism y Which of the following objects are chiral? { A chair { A foot { A pencil { A corkscrew { A banana...
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