Doubt from Coordination Compounds

@Aastik_Guru
@Seshank
@Rudra_d
@Awdesh_Patel1
@Abhijit

in q2 how to check option d
in q3 how to predict products

Q2 option d can be checked by synergic bonding i think

For q3, keep the oxidation number constant

can you give a detailed solution for q2 d

more the charge on central Fe more effective is the bonding between Carbon and Fe therefore shorter Fe and C bond,longer C and N bond

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@Aastik_Guru
@Achyut_Singh

in q12 how to check bc option

Structural isomerism in coordination compounds are of 3 types -

  1. Linkage
  2. Ionisation
  3. Coordination

Option C has coordination isomerism
Option B doesnt have any
@Kshitijranaw

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@AshWin
@Achyut_Singh
@Aastik_Guru

@Kshitijranaw
Almost same Q here
Doubt from inorganic
Look into the discussions regarding it.

@Kshitijranaw
Key parts -

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@AshWin
@Aastik_Guru
@Rudra_d

Bro there is a table in ncert in which all these are given, and a similar type of ques was asked from that table in jee mains 2019

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Also it can be seen like this strong ligands means high energy and energy is inverrsely propotional to wavelength

q22
@Achyut_Singh
@Aastik_Guru
@AshWin
@Rudra_d

Is ans AB?

abd . still how did u solve

I don’t think D because Carbon is more good donor atom than N . Ligand strength proportional to stability

didnt understand

Se bro stability of complex depends on some factors -
Strength of ligand
Chelating property
Positive charge on CMA
Stability constant
EAN

got it
but how are you comparing no2 and ono
similarly cn and nc

@Binod

You must have learned ligand strength order its given in ncert

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