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11/9/2011 1 Reaction of Coordination Compounds Ramon Lopez de la Vega Inorganic Reactions Classical Complexes (Werner Type) Substitution Isomerization Linkage Isomerization Electron Transfer Coordinated Ligand Reactions Also but later (Organometallic Type Also but later (Organometallic Type) Oxidative Addition Reductive Elimination Insertion (olefin or carbonyl)
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11/9/2011 2 Inorganic Reactions In the first case there is no intermediate. The Activation Energy is the difference in energy between the reactants and the transition state. In the second instance there is an intermediate. This intermediate can then rearrange etc. . before the rest of the reaction takes place. Dissociative or D mechanism –Actual five coordinate intermediate is formed. The intermediate exists and can be isolated or at least kinetic evidence can be found for it. Dissociative Associative or A mechanism –Actual seven coordinate intermediate is formed. The intermediate exists and can
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2011 for the course CHM 4611/4610 taught by Professor Dr.r.lopezdelavega during the Fall '11 term at FIU.

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