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This tag is for questions concerning coordination compounds including but not limited to ligand properties, metal properties, orbital splitting, micro- and macroscopic properties of entire complexes etc. For complexes where carbon monoxide is the only ligand, use [tag:carbonyl-complexes] instead. For organic catalysts or proteins, the tag is applicable if the question is about the metal’s direct coordination sphere.

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I am currently in dilemma because I'm trying to construct an octahedral splitting diagram for the $\ce{NiCl2(PPh3)2}$ complex. If the complex is $\mathrm{d^0}$ system, how would I determine whether th …
asked Jun 19 by Kent de los Reyes
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The iron complex $\ce{[Fe(H2O)6]^2+}$ is colored but I'm wondering, if a pair of chloride ion is inserted on its secondary valency to form [FeCl2(H2O)6], does the complex loose its color or not?
asked Jul 8 by Kent de los Reyes
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I have read that Polonium is the only metal that crystallizes forming SCC. I searched for a concrete explanation but all they were saying is the stability of Polonium at STP. I can't really comprehend …
asked Jun 22 by Kent de los Reyes
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I know that there are 2 isomers that $\ce{Ni(PPh3)2Cl2}$ have and they exist in equilibrium. I am tempted to name them cis- and trans- but it does not sound right.
asked Jun 19 by Kent de los Reyes
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So basically, you're comparing a soft base and a hard base. In HSAB theory, a soft acid like Pd2+, would preferably react with a soft base like R-PH2. Soft acids and bases are easily polarized because …
answered Jun 20 by Kent de los Reyes
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In some occasions, if the ligand acts on Pd it do so as a monodentate ligand. I am attempting to explain this phenomenon but came into a block.
asked Jun 20 by Kent de los Reyes
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I saw this passage on a book and it says that Ligand to Metal Charge Transfer (LMCT) overpowers d-d transitions thus the permanganate ion has an intense purple color. However, it was mentioned that th …
asked Jul 1 by Kent de los Reyes