Chelating Agents and Metal Chelates by F. P. Dwyer

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One is that outer d orbitals of iron are used when the ligand is one of high elec­ tronegativity like fluorine. T h e proposed electron distribution under these circumstances is shown in Scheme 2. : [FeF ] 6 3d i i i 4s AP 4d it i A s a means of indicating this, the complex is3 described as an outerorbital complex to distinguish it from [ F e ( C N ) ] ~ which, in contrast, is 6 called an inner-orbital complex. There is, however, still some d o u b t whether outer d orbitals are used in the fluoride complex.

Chemical methods are based essentially on the study of t w o main types of isomerism—geometrical and optical. a. Geometrical Isomerism. There are three possible types of regular arrangement of six atoms about a seventh: (1) hexagonal (planar); (2) trigonal prismatic; (3) octahedral. For structures of the t y p e [ M A 2B 4] , three isomers are possible for (1) and (2) and t w o for ( 3 ) . T w o only have been found. In this negative kind of way, isomer counts support the octahedral configuration.

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