What is synergic bond and what is it's significance.

What is synergic bond and what is it's significance.


3 Answers

Ashwin Sinha
520 Points
12 years ago

Dear Kopur,


its a bond between a Carbonyl group acting as a ligand and a metal.Synergic bonding means self strengthening bond.
It is formed by pi-acid ligands like CO.pi-acid ligands are those which have a lone pair of electrons to donate to metal atom and an empty antibonding molecular orbital to back bond with the d-orbital electrons of metal atom.This is well explained in wikipedia.Here I'm giving you the link to Pi-backbonding.
Nickel carbonyl and Iron pentacarbonyl form by the reaction of carbon monoxide with the metals. Other homoleptic carbonyls are normally made by reductive carbonylation of metal salts under a high pressure of carbon monoxide in autoclave. An important synthesis route for ruthenium, osmium, rhodium and iridium carbonyls is the reaction of either DMF or a high boiling point alcohol (such as methoxyethanol) with the metal chloride.

11 Points
7 years ago
Synergic bonding is the type of a bonding in which all chemicals which are used are dumb and chemistry is a very bokus subject and you are so stupid dumbass that you are asking this shit question. Come on give me a break i thought that you must be a ghoda but ur a gadha. Look at your gobar kind of name #kopur appears to be a khokhla mind.. hahahaha lol
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11 Points
5 years ago

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