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Stability of a compound from Crystal Field stabilization energy?

Stability of a compound from Crystal Field stabilization energy?

Grade:11

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Sunil Kumar FP
askIITians Faculty 183 Points
6 years ago
A consequence of Crystal Field Theory is that the distribution of electrons in the d orbitals can lead to stabilisation for some electron configurations.For an octahedral complex, an electron in the more stable t2g subset is treated as contributing -2/5Δ whereas an electron in the higher energy eg subset contributes to a destabilisation of +3/5Δ.The final answer is then expressed as a multiple of the crystal field splitting parameter Δ (Delta).

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