Crystal and Ligand Field Theories

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Crystal and Ligand Field Theories

Post by Algerien1970 on Tue 19 May - 21:14




An Introduction to Ligand and Crystal Field Theory
The Spectrochemical Series
Ligand Field Transitions
Ligand Field Theory
Thermodynamic Effects of the Ligand Field
Electronic Transitions and the d2 Configuration
Tetra-coordinate Ligand Complexes



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Re: Crystal and Ligand Field Theories

Post by Algerien1970 on Tue 19 May - 21:16

Ligand and Crystal Field theories are used to describe the nature of the bonding in transition metal complexes. Crystal Field Theory is based upon the effect of a perturbation of the d-orbitals consisting of electronic interaction between the metal cation nucleus and the negatively charged electrons of the ligands: the metal-ligand interactions are electrostatic only. Ligand Field Theory treats the metal-ligand interaction as a covalent bonding interaction, and depends upon considering the overlap between the d-orbitals on the metals and the ligand donor orbitals.





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