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Hydrolysis of Metal Ions - Inorganic Chemistry - Lecture Slides

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Post: September 25th, 2013
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Aqueous Solution, Aromatic Ligands, Chemistry of Groups, Crystal Field Theory, d-block Element, Electronegativities Isomerism, Group Theory, Acids and Bases, Hydrolysis of Metal Ions, Inorganic Compounds, Jahn-Teller Distortion, Lewis Dot Structures and others are main topic of course. Key points of this lecture are: Hydrolysis of Metal Ions, Aqueous Solution, Metal Aqua Ions, Inner and Outer Sphere of Waters, Metal Ions, Diagrammatic Representation, H-Bonding, Bri
Aqueous Solution, Aromatic Ligands, Chemistry of Groups, Crystal Field Theory, d-block Element, Electronegativities Isomerism, Group Theory, Acids and Bases, Hydrolysis of Metal Ions, Inorganic Compounds, Jahn-Teller Distortion, Lewis Dot Structures and others are main topic of course. Key points of this lecture are: Hydrolysis of Metal Ions, Aqueous Solution, Metal Aqua Ions, Inner and Outer Sphere of Waters, Metal Ions, Diagrammatic Representation, H-Bonding, Bridging Ligand, Metal Aqua Ions as Bronsted Acids, Formation Constant
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The hydrolysis of metal ions in aqueous solution. docsity.com Metal aqua ions: Metal ions in aqueous solution exist as aqua ions, where water molecules act as ligands, and coordinate to the metal ion via the oxygen donor atoms as shown for the [Al(H2O)6]3+ hexaaqua ion below: Figure 1. The aluminum(III) hexaaqua ion, present in aqueous solution and in many salts such as [Al(H2O)6]Cl3, often written as AlCl3.6H2O. docsity.com Metal ions can have varying numbers of water molecules coordinated to them, ranging from four for the very small Be(II) ion, up to 9 for the large La(III) ion. These are shown in Figure 2. coordination number = 4 coordination number = 9 Figure 2. The Be(II) and La(III) aqua ions, Be(II) generated using PM3, the La(III) is from the CSD (Cambridge Structural Database)1, entry number SUDDAW. As shown, the geometry around the La3+ is a tricapped trigonal prism, a common geometry for nine-coordinate species with unidentate ligands. docsity.com The inner and o..

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