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Coordinative Chemistry


If we have the complex combination [Ni (NH3) 4] ² +, the hybridization is dsp² because NH3 is a powerful field ligand? Is there a case where even if the ligand is a powerful field generator it can not rearrange electrons from the atomic atomic layers of the metal valence layers? In the case of bidentate ligands, they offer double coordination, and the ambitious not because they do not both bind the metal at the same time?
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