Find the secondary valency of No in No(co)4
Asked by sonowaldaisy123 | 11th Oct, 2019, 05:45: AM
The secondary valence is the number of ions of molecules that are coordinated to the metal ion. The secondary valency is also called the coordination number. Secondary valencies may be satisfied by negative ions or neutral molecules.
Therefore, the secondary valency of No in No(CO)4 is 4.
Answered by Ramandeep | 11th Oct, 2019, 10:37: AM
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