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Yes, it is. In both the cases, the number of ligands remains same, which is according to the definition in Wikipedia. For any type of structural isomerism, the premise is that the primary valence and secondary valence (as defined by Werner) of central metal/ ion remains same for all the isomers. In this case, the primary valence is 3 and secondary valence ...


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