why is [Fe(CN)6]3− a low spin complex even though it has a free electron?
Asked by rayyan20151 | 10th Jan, 2020, 01:23: AM
There is no unpaire electron in metal so it is a low spin complex. According to spectrochemical seires CN is strong field ligand and it can do pairing of electron.
Answered by Ravi | 10th Jan, 2020, 11:21: AM
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