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Please do #7
And 9 if you can
at the preceding exercise for the following electron configurations:41 auch of the following metal d-electron configurations and ligand field splitting in octahedral complexes, (1) write the expected electron configuration in For eac of t terms and e, (2) compute the ligand field stabilization energy as a multiple of , [Fe(H2O)6l:[Fe(CN) Per andn the For each of the following metal d-electron configurations and ligand field splitting and P). (3) list the number of unpaired electrons expected, and (4) choose a likely arample of this metal d-electron configuration and ligand field splitting from the following choices: [Co(CN)6 13- (e d strong field: (b) ds weak field: e) d weak fleld; and stong fad atterns in octahedral complexes, (1) write the expected electron configuration in terms of t2g and eg, (2) compute the ligand field stabilization energy as a multiple of and P), (3) list the number of unpaired electrons expected, and (4) choose a likely Ao example of this metal d-electron configuration and ligand field splitting from the following choices: [Co(CN)6]4-; [Mn(H2O)6P+. [Mn(CN)6广, and [Co(H2O)12: (a) d4 strong field; (b) d weak field; (e) d4 weak field; and (d) d strong field. 8. Would the f-block metal ions be expected to form strong-field complexes? Why or why not? d-block. Why is this? Find all examples listed in Table C of fifth- and sixth-period d- block metal ions having each of these electron configurations: (a) d: (b) d: (c) d and (d) d. (e) Given that Ru2+ and Os2+ are also well known in complexes, which of these four electron configurations seem to have the most examples in the fifth and sixth periods, and why? 9, In the fifth and sixth periods, strong-field complexes are very predominant in l ta haye an experimental magnetic moment of 2.83 BM (i.e.,
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