Ex.3'11-All except 10c

Compound 1 compound 2 compound 3 crh2o4cl2cl2h2o

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Unformatted text preview: 2H2O Trans-isomer [Cr(H2O)5Cl]Cl2.H2O [Cr(H2O)6]Cl3 Cis-isomer (b) 10.(9) If an excess of silver nitrate solution is added to solution which is one mole per liter in compound 2, how many moles per liter of AgCl (silver chloride) are formed? 2 moles of Cl- are available as counter ion (not bound) Answer = ____2____ (c) Which (1, 2 or 3) has the greatest conductivity in water, per mole of complex? More mobile ions will cause higher conductivity Answer = ____3____ (d) All of the complexes possess the same number of unpaired electrons. How many? Cr(III) has a d3 configuration which leads to 3 unpaired electrons Answer =____3____ (a) Describe in words (or with a reasonably simple diagram) the nature of the lowest energy (i.e., most stable) molecular orbital in benzene, of those MO’s describing the π-bonding in benzene. In what manner is this MO derived from benzene p atomic orbitals? All six p orbitals are in-phase (c) Including σ and π-bonding, what is the bond order per N–O bond in the nitrite ion. Answer = ____1.5____ (d) Consider the molecul...
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