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Lecture 30 (21.6-21.6)

Lecture 30 (21.6-21.6) - When iron is involved in an...

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When iron is involved in an anionic complex ion it will be named: Ironate Ferrous Ferrate It depends on the li... 3% 3% 83% 11% 1. Ironate 2. Ferrous 3. Ferrate 4. It depends on the ligands involved
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Which of the following is not a type of stereoisomerism? Optical Isomerism Geometric Isomerism Coordination Isomerism All three are types of ... 12% 26% 54% 8% 1. Optical Isomerism 2. Geometric Isomerism 3. Coordination Isomerism 4. All three are types of stereoisomerism
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Optical Isomerism
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Optical Isomerism
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Optical Isomerism
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Isomerism
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