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Test III Chemistry 405 Questions 1. Draw the two major isomers for the octahedral complex: MA 3 B 3 2. Explain how ethylene can act as a B-acid. Use drawings if helpful. 3. Name the following compounds: [Cr(NH 3 ) 5 Cl]Cl 2 [Cu(NH 3 ) 4 ][PtBr 4 ] 4. Draw and completely label the crystal field diagram for an octahedral complex. 5. Show the optical isomers for the complex: ML 3 where L is a bidentate ligand. 6. What are the common structures for compound with a coordination number of 5. 7. Determine the crystal field stabilization energy for a 4 d low spin complex in a tetrahedral field. 8. Use the EAN rule to predict the oxidation state of the metal in the following complex: [FeCl 2 CN 4 ]Cl 3 9. Define the terms:
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Unformatted text preview: paramagnetic and diamagnetic. 10. Describe what a hard and soft substance is (as in Pearson’s principle). Ten Point Questions 1. Describe the bonding information which can be derived from ν CO in the IR spectra of metal carbonyl complexes. 2. Using the supplied Tanabe-Sugano diagram, identify the spin-allowed transitions. 3. Determine the term symbols for the 2 P spin set (i.e. 2 electrons in the P subshell). Hint there are twenty microstates. 4. Describe the amphoteric behavior of the nonaqueous solvent: ammonia. 5. Draw and label the molecular orbital diagram for a complex of tetrahedral symmetry....
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