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my question posted on 9.4.17 I had asked about the co bond strength in coordinations and answer was V coplex 1-. Does it mean that greater the -ve charge the greater the co bond strength. Secondly V complex was not in my question. Comparison of co strength was between Mn(Co)6+ and Cr(CO)6. I request to clarify so that I may have exact idea to solve such problems . .

my question posted on 9.4.17 I had asked about the co bond strength in coordinations and answer was V coplex 1-. Does it mean that greater the -ve charge the greater the co bond strength. Secondly V complex was not in my question. Comparison of co strength was between Mn(Co)6+ and Cr(CO)6. I request to clarify so that I may have exact idea to solve such problems
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Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
yes perhaps in the case of carbonyl compiund consider the most negative achrge.
Therfore it would be totally correct to judge
by the -ve charge strength greater it is greter would be the bond strength.

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