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can complex compunds have an structures excluding square planner tetrahedral or octahedrtal?

can complex compunds have an structures excluding square planner tetrahedral or octahedrtal?

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
3 years ago
 
 
Yes , like - 
Trigonal planar Geometry: Well known for principle aggregate species like CO32-and so forth., this geometry has the four iotas in a plane with the bond edges between the ligands at 120 degrees. 
• Square pyramid Geometry: Oxovanadium salts (Vanadyl, VO2+) frequently demonstrate square pyramidal geometry, for instance, VO(acac)2. Take note of that the Vanadium(IV) can be considered coordinatively unsaturated and expansion of pyridine prompts the development of an octahedral complex. 
• Trigonal Bipyramid Geometry: The structure of [Cr(en)3][Ni(CN)5] 1.5 H2O • Hexagonal planar Geometry: Unknown for first line move metal particles, in spite of the fact that the course of action of six gatherings in a plane is found in some higher coordination number geometries. 
• Trigonal crystal Geometry: Most trigonal kaleidoscopic mixes have three bidentate ligands, for example, dithiolates or oxalates and few are known for first line move metal particles. 

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