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  • cours magistral
  • cours magistral - matière potentielle : that the charge on the metal ion
12P32 – Principles of Inorganic Chemistry Dr. M. Pilkington ƒ Four coordinate geometries – crystal field theory for tetrahedral and square planar complexes ƒ Factors determining the stability of a complex. ƒ Preferred geometries: octahedral site preference energy (OSPE). ƒ Preferred geometries: why square planar nickel and platinum? Lecture 10 -Further Consequences of d-Orbital Splitting 1. Four Coordinate Geometries (i) Tetrahedral complexes d-Orbital splitting for tetrahedral coordination.
  • square planar coordination
  • tetrahedral complexes
  • orbital splitting
  • octahedral site preference energy
  • -1.2 δot2g33cr3
  • orbital splitting diagram for tetrahedral coordination
  • dz2 orbital
  • tetrahedral coordination
  • ligands

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