what is the structure and hyberdisation of [Ce(NO2)6]3-
Asked by vikash040988yadav | 27th Mar, 2017, 09:48: PM
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We feel the compound should be [Co(NO2)6]3- and not [Ce(NO2)6]3- .
Structure and hybridization of [Co(NO2)6]3- is given below:
Configuration of Co+3
[Co(NO2)6]3- complex ion
Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 28th Mar, 2017, 07:56: PM
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