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Why water cannot act as a bridged ligand?? (dideendate ligand)

Why water cannot act as a bridged ligand??
(dideendate ligand)

Grade:10

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
In coordination science, a crossing over ligand is a ligand that associates at least two molecules, typically metal particles. The ligand might be nuclear or polyatomic. For all intents and purposes all unpredictable natural mixes can fill in as spanning ligands, so the term is generally limited to little ligands, for example, pseudohalides or to ligands that are particularly intended to connection two metals.

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