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3)      a) When [Ni(NH3)4]2+ is treated with HCl, two compounds having the formula [Ni(NH3)2Cl2] (designed X and Y) are formed. X can be converted into Y by diluting in dilute HCl. A solution of X reacts with oxalic acid to form Z complex [Ni(NH3)2C2O4], Y does not react with oxalic acid. Identify X, Y and Z complexes and draw the geometrical structure of them.


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Нет a) [Ni(NH3)4]2+ → [Ni(NH3)242] This compound has two isomers (i) cis-[Ni(NH3), Ul.] and (ii) trans - [ Ni (NH3), eld] A sdiagram isomer since the bottes are not rebelled we will predict the isomers by spectroscopie techniques. UV-vis spectroscopy

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