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Crystal Field Theory

Q. Match the appropriate octahedral crystal-field splitting diagram with the given spin state and metal ion. High-spin Mn^3+ Low-spin Fe^3+

Solved • Dec 6, 2019

Crystal Field Theory

Q. When crystal-field theory is applied to the ion [CrBr4(H2O)2]-, how many electrons will be put into the 3d orbitals on Cr?

Solved • Aug 18, 2019

Crystal Field Theory

Q. The 3dxy has its high probability regions lying between the x and y axes. the 3dz2 orbital has its high probability regions mainly on the z axis. The ligands in a complex ion with coordination number 6 lie on the x y and z axes. Which statement is true for the orbitals in the high complex ion?

Solved • Aug 18, 2019

Crystal Field Theory

Q. Consider the complex ion [Mn(H2O)6]2+. Draw the crystal field energy level diagram and use arrows (that point up or down) to show the placement of d electrons assuming that this is (a) a weak field complex ion (b) stron field complex ion

Solved • Aug 18, 2019

Crystal Field Theory

Q. Consider the complex ion [Co(H2O)6]3+. Draw the crystal-field energy level diagram and use arrows to show the placement of d electrons assuming that water is (a) a weak field ligand (b) a strong field ligand

Solved • Aug 18, 2019

Crystal Field Theory

Q. Consider the complex ion [Co(H2O)6]3+. Draw the crystal-field energy-level diagram and use arrows (that point up or down) to show the placement of d electrons assuming that water is: (a) a weak-field ligand (b) a strong-field ligand

Solved • Aug 18, 2019

Crystal Field Theory

Q. Chloride and Fluoride are weak-field ligands. Cyanide and nitrate are strong-field ligands. Qualify each of these metal complexes as diamagnetic or paramagnetic: (a) [Fe(CN)6]4- (b)[Ni(CN)6]4- (c)[Co(NO)6]3- (d) [CoF6]3-

Solved • Aug 10, 2019