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Topic: How to find the correct UV-VIS spectra of a compound looking at its wavenumber/f  (Read 249 times)

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How to find the correct UV-VIS spectra of a compound looking at its wavenumber/frequency
Please see the attached photo< I  don't really understand after how to find it!

Please I have a exam in few hours, I really need to know this!

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Apparently in one case energies of electronic transitions are more split than in another. There must be some structural/configurational reason behind.
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Yea on spectrum A difference between electronic transitions are lower and on spectrum B difference between electronic transitions are higher! TiCl4 - is tetragonal and [Cr(H20)]3+ is linear, but still don't understand to assign them!

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