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what are centrosymmetric complexes and Laporte rule. kindly explain.

what are centrosymmetric complexes and Laporte rule. kindly explain.

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Umakant biswal
5359 Points
4 years ago
dear aakansha 
the molecule which have an inversion center called as centrosymmetric complex . 
and laporte rule only applies to the centrosymmetric complexes due to its nature and propoerty . 
The Laporte rule is a spectroscopic selection rule that only applies to centrosymmetric molecules (those with an inversion centre) and atoms. ... Allowed transitions in such molecules must involve a change in parity, either g → u or u → g.
so, for that reason , the d-d transition forbidden for some molecule 
hope it clears 
regards 

 

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