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what are the number of geometrical isomers of {Co(NH3)2 ClBr} ?

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The complex [Co(NH3)2ClBr] contains four ligands which surrounds the central metal cobalt. The arrangement of these groups around cobalt atom can occur in the two possible ways, one when both amine gr...

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