Inorganic Chemistry - Mechanistic Inorganic Chemistry

Mechanistic Inorganic Chemistry

An important and increasingly popular aspect of inorganic chemistry focuses on reaction pathways. The mechanisms of reactions are discussed differently for different classes of compounds.

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... Coordinated ligands display reactivity distinct from the free ligands ... For example, the acidity of the ammonia ligands in 3+ is elevated relative to NH3 itself ...

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