Asked by singhdivyanshu633 | 20th Feb, 2016, 07:21: PM
The [Ni(CN)4]2– ion, which has a square-planar geometry, it is diamagnetic.
Nickel in this complex ion is in +2 oxidation state.
The geometry of Ni(CO)4 is tetrahedral.
Answered by Hanisha Vyas | 21st Feb, 2016, 08:12: PM
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