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Grade: 12
        What is the reason behind [Fe(NH3)6]^2+ being an outer orbital sp3d2 hybridized  complex instead of d2sp3, even though ammonia acts a strong field ligand in most of the cases?
2 years ago

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neelam
108 Points
							It because in most of the cases the higher energy eg orbital are at more distance from the average energy level I. e., Bari Centre. Then value of debit is not more sufficient to cross this distance and as a result of it NH3 can not act as a strong ligand.
						
2 years ago
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