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b) Draw completely labelled energy level diagrams showing crystal field splitting of the
d orbitals relative to the spherical field, for each configuration, (12 marks)
Correct answer.
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Inorganic Chemistry Forum / Re: Inorganic Chem Ligand Splitting Help
« Last post by Borek on Today at 03:46:52 AM »
sorry, we hit a predefined limit of the attachments uploads
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Inorganic Chemistry Forum / Re: Inorganic Chem Ligand Splitting Help
« Last post by sjb on Today at 03:04:51 AM »
You should be able to upload direct from your computer; or maybe type the question out to help searches and accessibility.
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Not letting me upload my image here so im posting a link to google photos with it https://photos .app .goo. gl/eqzke1SSej2gFcYB6

had to include those spaces since it was getting changed when i posted for some reason
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Inorganic Chemistry Forum / Inorganic Chem Ligand Splitting Help
« Last post by MRnotSOsmart on Today at 12:13:43 AM »
Hey guys im not sure if what i have for this is worth 12 marks so im just checking here to make sure that i included everything that i could have for this part

Consider the following metal ion d-electron configuration and crystal field in octahedral complexes:
(i) d6
strong field (ii) d5 weak field; (iii) d6 weak field; (iv) d5
strong field.

b) Draw completely labelled energy level diagrams showing crystal field splitting of the
d orbitals relative to the spherical field, for each configuration, (12 marks)
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Maybe it would be good to make both alpha and beta? They can have very different biological properties. There are good ways to controll the stereochemistry in the glycosylation. I think this step will be trivial, its standard chemistry.
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It depends on the specificity of the putative enzyme that might hydrolyze.  I was thinking that I wanted a beta-linkage, but I need to continue my reading in this area.
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Organic Chemistry Forum / Re: Synthesis of isopentyl acetate
« Last post by Babcock_Hall on Yesterday at 09:43:05 AM »
@OP,
Why would a large base be a better choice here?
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Organic Chemistry Forum / Re: Organic chem
« Last post by Borek on Yesterday at 03:51:52 AM »
Please read the forum rules. You have to show your attempts at answering the question/solving the problem to receive help, it is a forum policy.
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Organic Chemistry Forum / Organic chem
« Last post by Michaelaijan on Yesterday at 03:51:11 AM »
Using a 3D diagram of orbitals, explain the formation of pi and sigma bonding in acetic acid
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