Complexes

Some articles on complexes:

Stability Constants Of Complexes - Applications - Supramolecular Complexes
... Supramolecular complexes are held together by hydrogen bonding, hydrophobic forces, van der Waals forces, π-π interactions, and electrostatic effects, all of which ... the determination of formation constants for complexes formed between a tripodal substituted urea molecule and various saccharides ... An example of the use of supramolecular complexes in the development of chemosensors is provided by the use of transition-metal ensembles to sense for ATP ...
Spin States (d Electrons) - High-spin Vs Low-spin - Square Planar Complexes
... However, in the case of d8 complexes is a shift in geometry between spin states ... between the high and low-spin states in the d8 octahedral complexes, however d8 complexes are able to shift from paramagnetic tetrahedral geometry to a ...
Compounds Of Zinc - Complexes
... The most common structure of zinc complexes is tetrahedral which is clearly connected with the fact that the octet rule is obeyed in these cases ... Nevertheless, octahedral complexes comparable to those of the transition elements are not rare ... of Ahrland, Chatt and Davies, and so forms stronger complexes with the first-row donor atoms oxygen or nitrogen than with second-row sulfur or phosphorus ...
Stability Constants Of Complexes - Applications
... EDTA forms such strong complexes with most divalent cations that it finds many uses ... In solvent extraction the formation of electrically-neutral complexes allows cations to be extracted into organic solvents ... fuel reprocessing uranium(VI) and plutonium(VI) are extracted into kerosene as the complexes (TBP = tri-'n-butyl phosphate) ...
Spin States (d Electrons) - High-spin Vs Low-spin - Tetrahedral Complexes
... The Δ splitting energy for tetrahedral metal complexes (four ligands), Δtet is smaller than that for an octahedral complex ... Thus, tetrahedral complexes are usually high-spin ...