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24-10 Some Kinetic Considerations
They are amphoteric and can be found in alkaline and acidic solutions.
The charge-to-radius ratio of the central metal ion is a critical factor.
The H bond in a water molecule is more strong than the Fe2+ bond.
There is a change in the color of the solution when NH31aq2 is added.
The NH3 molecule is replaced by the H2O molecule in the reaction.
As the two reactants can be brought together, this reaction occurs very quickly.
If the HCl(aq) concentration is sufficiently concentrated, the color change from pale blue to green or even yellow will be instantaneous.
The equilibrium constants for green and violet are produced by the same molecule.
The rates at which complexes of the first transition series are exchanged are referred to.
Co(III) are labile.
The second and third transition series are not very active.
The ease with which a complex ion can be studied depends on whether it is labile or not.
Many of the early studies of complex ion were done with the help of the inert ones.
The coordination sphere of Cu2+ has a rapid exchange of ligands.
The solution is formed by dissolving CuSO4 in concentrated form.
The yellow color is due to 3Cu442-.
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