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Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity

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John C. Kotz + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781133949640
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Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity

9th Edition
John C. Kotz + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781133949640

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Chapter 22, Problem 29PS
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The anion [NiCl4]2− is paramagnetic, but when CN ions are added, the product, [Ni(CN)4]2−, is diamagnetic. Explain this observation.

[ NiCl 4 ] 2 ( aq) +  4  CN ( aq ) [ Ni(CN) 4 ] 2 ( aq) +  4  Cl (aq) paramagnetic diamagnetic

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Chapter 22 Solutions

Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity
Ch. 22.3 - 2. What is the oxidation number of the metal in...Ch. 22.3 - 3. Which of the following is a complex ion based...Ch. 22.3 - In which of the following complexes is the metal...Ch. 22.4 - What types of isomers are possible for the...Ch. 22.4 - 1. Which of the following complexes cannot exist...Ch. 22.4 - Which of the following complexes can exist as...Ch. 22.4 - Which statement best describes the isomers for the...Ch. 22.4 - How many geometric isomers are possible for...Ch. 22.4 - What is the systematic name for cisplatin?Ch. 22.5 - For each of the following complex ions, give the...Ch. 22.5 - 1. Which of the following complexes has the...Ch. 22.5 - 2. Which of the following complexes is...Ch. 22.6 - What are the electron configurations for Nd and...Ch. 22.6 - 2. The lanthanide elements form ionic compounds,...Ch. 22.6 - 3. The compound (NH4)2Ce(NO3)6 is a widely used...Ch. 22.6 - 4. Cerium(IV) oxide is used in catalytic...Ch. 22.6 - 1. The complex [Co(NH3)5OH]2+ has an absorption...Ch. 22.6 - 1. Solutions of each of the following complexes...Ch. 22.6 - How are the d electrons of Pt distributed in a...Ch. 22.6 - What are the electron configurations for Nd and...Ch. 22.6 - The lanthanide elements form ionic compounds, with...Ch. 22.6 - The compound (NH4)2Ce(NO3)6 is a widely used...Ch. 22.6 - Cerium(IV) oxide is used in catalytic converters...Ch. 22 - Give the electron configuration for each of the...Ch. 22 - Identify two transition metal cations with each of...Ch. 22 - Identify a cation of a first series transition...Ch. 22 - Match up the isoelectronic ions on the following...Ch. 22 - The following equations represent various ways of...Ch. 22 - 6. Identify the products of each reaction, and...Ch. 22 - Which of the following ligands is expected to be...Ch. 22 - One of the following nitrogen compounds or ions is...Ch. 22 - Give the oxidation number of the metal ion in each...Ch. 22 - Give the oxidation number of the metal ion in each...Ch. 22 - Give the formula of a complex constructed from one...Ch. 22 - Give the formula of a complex constructed from one...Ch. 22 - Write formulas for the following ions or...Ch. 22 - Write formulas for the following ions or...Ch. 22 - Name the following ions or compounds. (a)...Ch. 22 - Name the following ions or compounds. (a)...Ch. 22 - Give the name or formula for each ion or compound,...Ch. 22 - Give the name or formula for each ion or compound,...Ch. 22 - Draw all possible geometric isomers for each of...Ch. 22 - In which of the following complexes are geometric...Ch. 22 - Determine whether the following complexes have a...Ch. 22 - Four geometric isomers are possible for...Ch. 22 - The following are low-spin complexes. Use the...Ch. 22 - The following are high-spin complexes. Use the...Ch. 22 - Determine the number of unpaired electrons in...Ch. 22 - Determine the number of unpaired electrons in the...Ch. 22 - For the high-spin complex [Fe(H2O)6SO4 identify...Ch. 22 - For the low-spin complex [Co(en)(NH3)2Cl2]ClO4,...Ch. 22 - The anion [NiCl4]2 is paramagnetic, but when CN...Ch. 22 - An aqueous solution of iron(II) sulfate is...Ch. 22 - In water, the titanium(III) ion, [Ti(H2O)6]3+, has...Ch. 22 - In water, the chromium(II) ion, [Cr(H2O)6]2+,...Ch. 22 - Describe an experiment that would determine...Ch. 22 - Which of the following high spin complexes has the...Ch. 22 - How many unpaired electrons are expected for...Ch. 22 - Excess silver nitrate is added to a solution...Ch. 22 - Which of the following complex ions is (are)...Ch. 22 - Which of the following complex ions containing the...Ch. 22 - How many geometric isomers are possible for the...Ch. 22 - For a tetrahedral complex of a metal in the first...Ch. 22 - A transition metal coordination compound absorbs...Ch. 22 - For the low-spin coordination compound...Ch. 22 - For the high-spin coordination compound...Ch. 22 - A platinum-containing compound, known as Magnuss...Ch. 22 - Early in the 20th century, coordination compounds...Ch. 22 - Give the formula and name of a square-planar...Ch. 22 - Give the formula of the coordination complex...Ch. 22 - How many geometric isomers of the complex ion...Ch. 22 - Diethylenetriamine (dien) is capable of serving as...Ch. 22 - From experiment, we know that [CoF6]3 is...Ch. 22 - Three geometric isomers are possible for...Ch. 22 - The square-planar complex Pt(en)Cl2 has chloride...Ch. 22 - The complex [Mn(H2O)6]2+ has five unpaired...Ch. 22 - Experiments show that K4[Cr(CN)6] is paramagnetic...Ch. 22 - Give a systematic name or the formula for the...Ch. 22 - When CrCI3 dissolves in water, three different...Ch. 22 - The complex ion [Co(CO3)3]3, an octahedral complex...Ch. 22 - The glycinate ion, H2NCH2CO2, formed by...Ch. 22 - Draw structures for the five possible geometric...Ch. 22 - Nickel and palladium both form complexes of the...Ch. 22 - The transition metals form a class of compounds...Ch. 22 - Cerium, as noted in Applying Chemical Principles:...Ch. 22 - Neodymium is a component of powerful magnets. (a)...Ch. 22 - Two different coordination compounds containing...Ch. 22 - Nitinol, a nickel-titanium alloy, is used in...Ch. 22 - 69. The stability of analogous complexes...Ch. 22 - In this question, we explore the differences...

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