INORGANIC CHEMISTRY CHEM 312
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Date Created: 09/09/15
Topics Covered Midterm 2 May not be comprehensive Also consider how the topics covered interrelate with one another 111 Metal Cations and 0x0 Anions in Agueous Solution p 1 V Hydrolysis reactions how species formed depend on acidity of cation Common forms of elements in water Aciditybasicity of oxo acidsoxo anions Precipitation and AS Transition Metals Bonding 6 TE 5 Bonding and antibonding orbitals Metal as Lewis acid ligand as Lewis base Electron configurations Rule of conservation of orbitals Bond order MO diagrams need to understand how they are constructed but you don t need to be able to draw one 2 above 3 tzg eg orbitals for octahedral complexes 3 above 2 for octahedral complexes Ligand eld dd splitting A0 High spin vs low spin complexes Color of transition metal complexes Solubility of inorganic salts will not be on Midterm II but will be on the nal V Solids Ionic solids Lattice energy Madelung constant BornHaber cycle Lattice shapes Radius ratio and limitations Effects of changing ion size Coordination number Unit cells Close packing of atomsmolecule Hexagonal close packing hop Cubic close packed ccp Face centered cubic fcc Holes in close packed structures Relationship between close packing of metals and ionic solids Non close packed structures Primitive cubic Body centered cubic Prussian blue is the common name of the mixedvalence compound containing ironl ironll and cyanide ligands Mixedvalent means that the metal ions in the compound do not all have the same oxidation state or valence Prussian blues can be made in lots of ways Two simple ones involve the treatment of iron cyanides with iron aquo ions i FeCN6339 FeH2O62 Note All simple cyanide complexes or ii FeCN6439 FeH2063 have the metal bound to the C end a What is the difference between these two reactions These reactions proceed by loss of water and formation of polymers containing FeCNFe bridges There are two different kinds of mixed valent briding units with the carbon end of the cyanide bound to either Fell or Felll a Fequot CN Fequot vs 5 Fequot39 CN Fequot b Does reaction i initially form a or 5 c Which is the more stable form a or 5 Answers a In i the Felll center is bound to the cyanides and the Fell ion is bound to the water ligands ii has the opposite arragement b Reaction i should initially form 5 as both have the Felll bound to the carbon end of the cyanide c The more stable form is a because the carbon end of cyanide is a softer ligand than the nitrogen end and Fell is softer than Felll
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