Coordination Chemistry Lecture Notes PDF
In these “Coordination Chemistry Lecture Notes PDF”, we will study the coordination compounds which find manifold applications in diverse areas like qualitative and quantitative analysis, metallurgy, as catalysts in industrial processes as medicines, paints, and pigments as well as in life. The student is also familiarized with the d and f block elements and get an idea about horizontal similarity in a period in addition to vertical similarity in a group.
We have provided multiple complete Coordination Chemistry Lecture Notes PDF for any university student of BCA, MCA, B.Sc, B.Tech, M.Tech branch to enhance more knowledge about the subject and to score better marks in the exam. Students can easily make use of all these Coordination Compounds Handwritten Notes PDF by downloading them.
Topics in our Coordination Chemistry Lecture Notes PDF
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Coordination Chemistry: Recapitulation of Werner’s Coordination theory IUPAC nomenclature of coordination compounds, isomerism in coordination compounds. with coordination numbers 4 and 6. A brief idea about chelate effect and labile and inert complexes. Valence bond theory and its application to complexes of coordination numbers 4 and 6. Examples of inner and outer orbital complexes. Crystal field theory, measurement of ∆o. Calculation of CFSE in weak and strong fields, concept of pairing energies, factors affecting the magnitude of ∆o. Octahedral vs. tetrahedral coordination, tetragonal distortions from octahedral geometry Jahn-Teller theorem, square planar geometry. Qualitative aspect of Ligand field and MO Theory (for octahedral σ-donor, π- acceptor, and π- donor complexes).
Transition Elements: General group trends with special reference to electronic configuration, color, variable valency, magnetic properties (no temperature dependence), catalytic properties, and ability to form complexes. Latimer diagrams of Mn, Fe and Cu in acidic and basic media A brief discussion of differences between the first, second, and third transition series. Some important compounds of Cr, Mn, Fe and Co, and their roles as laboratory reagents; Potassium dichromate, potassium permanganate, potassium ferrocyanide, potassium ferricyanide, sodium nitroprusside, and sodium cobaltinitrite.
Lanthanoids and Actinoids: A brief discussion of electronic configuration, oxidation states, colour, spectral and magnetic properties. Lanthanoid contraction (causes and effects) separation of lanthanoids by ion-exchange method.
Inorganic Reaction Mechanism: Introduction to inorganic reaction mechanisms. Concept of reaction pathways, transition state, intermediate and activated complex.Substitution reactions in square planar complexes, Trans- effect, theories of trans-effect. Thermodynamic and Kinetic stability (using VBT).
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