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Which ion would you expect to have the largest crystal field splitting, ?
could you show me how to solve this please? 24) Which ion would you expect to have the largest crystal field splitting A? A) [Rh(CN)613- B) [Rh(H20)613+ C) [Rh(CN)614- D) (Rh(H20)612+
Which of the following complexes has the largest crystal field splitting of the d orbitals? A. [Fe(H2O)6]3+ B. [FeF6]3– C. [Fe(NH3)6]3+ D. [FeI6]3– E. [Fe(CO)6]3+
(8 pts) 13. a. Give the crystal field splitting diagram for the complex ion, [Cr(CN)! with all d orbitals labeled and correct placement of electrons. b. Is the complex ion paramagnetic or diamagnetic? c. List the compounds in order of increasing wavelength that they would absorb light. (longest 2) (shortest A) [Cr(H2O)6]2. [CMNHJs产 [CrF6]4-, ,
6. a) Which complex ion should have the larger crystal field splitting, A? Explain why. [Cr(H20).13+ or [CrCl.13- b) Which complex ion should absorb light of shorter wavelength? Explain why. [Cr(H20)613+ or [CrC1613 -
Part A (2 marks) In the following pairs of complexes, which do you expect to have a larger ligand field splitting parameter Ao? Why? Explain? i) [Fe(NH3)612+ or [Fe(NH3). 13+ ii) (Co(CN)613- or [Rh(CN)613- Part B (3 maks) In the following pairs of complexes, which do you expect to be more labile? Why? Explain? ) [Cr(NH3)613+ or [Mn(NH3)6]3+ ii) (Co(CN)613- or [Rh(CN)613- ii) [Cr(NH3).]3+ or [V(NH3).]2+
The extent of crystal field splitting is often determined from spectra. Given the wavelength (7.) of maximum absorption, 2. = 295 nm, find the crystal field splitting energy (A), in kJ/mol, for the complex ion (Rh(NH3).13+. kJ/mol
2. a. Draw and show the crystal field splitting of the d orbitals in an octahedral complex, a tetrahedral complex, and in a square planar complex.(clearly label the orbitals) b. Explain the difference in the following crystal field splitting values (1) Co(NH3).]2+ 10200 cm"! : [CO(NH3).]* 22,900 cm (ii) [Cr(H20).]** 17,400 cm. ; [Cr(CN).]3-26,600 cm (iii) [MnF6]?- 22,200 cm-"; [ReF.]?- 27,800 cm- (iv) [Co(NH3).]2+ 10,200 cm '; [Co(NH3)4]2+ 5,900 cm c. Draw and show the filling of 6 d electrons...
Match the appropriate octahedral crystal-field splitting diagram with the given state and metal ion. Metal ion and spin state Octahedral Splitting Diagram High Spin Mn^2+ Low Spin Mn^3+
Crystal Field Question. I understand that octahedral shapes have larger splitting energies then in tetrahedral complexes. And it would take more energy to split more electrons. So would the order be from Highest to Lowest: B>A>C where A, B, C are the compounds listed in their respective orders. Between Ni(H20)s2+ ; Ni(en)32+; and lowest and why? Cu(CN)42- which has highest splitting and which has
Match the appropriate octahedral crystal-field splitting diagram with the given spin state and metal ion. Metal ion and spin state Otahedral Splitting Diagram 4+ High Spin Ni Low Spin Fe