Coordination Chemistry Ii Bonding Theories 2 | Inorganic Chemistry 2‎

Coordination Chemistry Ii Bonding Theories 2

Instructor: Dr Hikmat Hilal

Instruction Year: 2020 (Second Semester)

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The lecture show how Molecular Orbital Theory with its angular approach (Angular Overlap Model) explain bonding in coordination compounds. Assumptions, d-orbital splitting are described. Values of Δo and Δt are calculated based on AOM.

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