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Please let me know if there is any rule to determine the C-O bond strength in coordinations Which has stroger C-O bond Mn(CO)6+ or Cr(CO)6

Please let me know if there is any rule to determine the C-O bond strength in coordinations
Which has stroger C-O bond Mn(CO)6+ or                  Cr(CO)6

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
vanadium complex would be the one.
Since that complex bears - 1 charge on it. Henceforth, the central metal particle has 1 abundance electron then its free state. In this way, V gives CO 1 electron in ABMO, consequently decreasing holding amongst C and O, and reinforcing bond amongst V and C. 
Subsequently, the appropriate response is [V(CO)6] with no uncertainty.

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