HW 8 - 1.2/2 pointsAll Submissions NotesQuestion: ZumChemP6...

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2/2 points All Submissions Notes Question: ZumChemP6 19.E.006. Write electron configurations for each of the following. (a) Ti, Ti 2+ , Ti 4+ Ti Ti 2+ Ti 4+ (b) Re, Re 2+ , Re 3+ Re Re 2+ Re 3+ (c) Ir, Ir 2+ , Ir 3+ Ir Ir 2+ Ir 3+ 2. 4/4 points All Submissions Notes Question: ZumChemP6 19.E.016. Define each of the following terms. (a) coordination compound A coordination compound is a compound composed of a complex  ion and counter ions sufficient to give no net charge. (b) complex ion A complex ion is a charged species consisting of a metal ion surrounded  by ligands. (c) counter ions Counter ions are anions or cations that balance the charge on a complex  ion in a coordination compound. (d) coordination number The coordination number is the number of bonds formed between  the metal ion and the ligands in a complex ion. (e) ligand A ligand is the species that donates a pair of electrons to form a covalent  bond to a metal ion.  Ligands act as Lewis bases. (f) chelate A chelate is a ligand that can form more than one bond bond to a metal  ion. (g) bidentate
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HW 8 - 1.2/2 pointsAll Submissions NotesQuestion: ZumChemP6...

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