complex ion


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complex ion

n.
An ion formed by joining independent molecules or ions to a central metallic atom by coordinate bonds.
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Electron configuration and hybridization type of complex ion. Coordination Electronic ion configuration A1(A)(PAA) [??] Fe(A)(PAA) [??] Ca(A)(PAA) [??] Mg(A)(PAA) [??] Zn(A)(PAA) [??] Coordination Hybrid type Ligancy ion A1(A)(PAA) [sp.sup.3] [d.sup.2] or [sp.sup.3] 6 or 4 Fe(A)(PAA) [d.sup.2] [sp.sup.3] or [sp.sup.3] [d.sup.2] 6 Ca(A)(PAA) [sp.sup.3] [d.sup.2] or [sp.sup.3] 6 or 4 Mg(A)(PAA) [sp.sup.3] [d.sup.2] or [sp.sup.3] 6 or 4 Zn(A)(PAA) [sp.sup.3] 4
Addition of ammonia to a solution containing [Cu.sup.2+] causes the formation of the complex ion [Cu(NH3)[4.sup.2+]], tetraamine copper(II), according to Equation 1.
Among the topics are reactions in aqueous solution, electronic structure and the periodic tables, gaseous chemical equilibrium, complex ion and precipitation equilibria, the chemistry of metals, and organic chemistry.
In preliminary examinations it was observed that the rate of oxidation of iron (II) complex ion by [S.sub.2][O.sub.8.sup.2-] was very slow in absence of [Ag.sup.+] ion.
The seventh edition employs a two-column format for examples, adds colorful flowcharts, and combines the chapters on complex ion and precipitation equilibrium.
Implementation of orthogonal extraction with TOF analysis avoids the necessity for complex ion optical systems to deal with such interferences.
Aqueous geochemistry - Topics include: quantitative evaluation of the homogeneous and heterogeneous equilibria of surface waters and groundwaters; stability relationships of ionic and other stability field diagrams; and effects of ionic strength, temperature, complex ion formation on solubilities, and ionic form of major and minor species in water.
Their topics include types of chemical reactions and solution stoichiometry, atomic structure and periodicity, covalent bonding: orbitals, solubility and complex ion equilibria, and the representative elements.
Particularly interesting is her treatment of abandonment, as expressed in the more complex Ion and the lack of real resolution in the reunion of Sophocles's Oedipus.
In them (depending upon their size) may be located dissolving in slag single or complex ion. These cavities, in contrast to vacancies in crystal bodies, may have different sizes and changeable parameters [22].

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