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introduction to transition-metal chemistry: ligand-field theory
Leslie E. Orgel
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Transition-metal chemistry: ligand-field theory.|
|Statement||[by] Leslie E. Orgel.|
|LC Classifications||QD172.T6 O7 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||66067262|
It is informative to compare the results of crystal field theory and molecular orbital theory (also called ligand field theory in this context) for an octahedral transition metal complex. The energy level diagrams below make this comparison for the d 1 octahedral ion [Ti(H 2 O) 6] 3+. In the MO picture at the right, the frontier orbitals are. An Introduction to Transition-Metal Chemistry Ligand-Field Theory Orgel, Leslie E. Published by Methuen & Co. Ltd.; John Wiley & Sons Inc. ().
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OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 23 cm: Other Titles: Transition-metal chemistry: ligand-field theory. Introduction to Inorganic chemistry. This book covers the following topics: Chemical Bonding, Molecular Orbital Theory, Acid-Base Chemistry, Redox Stability and Redox Reactions, Coordination Chemistry and Crystal Field Theory, Metals and Alloys Structure, Bonding, Electronic and Magnetic Properties, Metals and Alloys Mechanical Properties, Ionic and Covalent Solids - Structures, Ionic and.
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Ligand field theory (LFT) describes the bonding, orbital arrangement, and other characteristics of coordination complexes. It represents an application of molecular orbital theory to transition metal complexes. A transition metal ion has nine valence atomic orbitals: five nd, one (n+1)s, and three (n+1)p orbitals.
- Buy Introduction to Ligand Field Theory (Advanced Chemistry) book online at best prices in india on Read Introduction to Ligand Field Theory (Advanced Chemistry) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 1. The Crystal Field Theory (CFT) is a model for the bonding interaction between transition metals and ligands.
It describes the effect of the attraction between the positive charge of the metal cation and negative charge on the non-bonding electrons of the ligand. An Introduction to Transition-Metal Chemistry Ligand-Field Theory.
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However, to understand basic concepts of chemical bonding in transition metal (TM) compounds, their spectral, magnetic, and other properties, ligand field theory (LFT), computational chemistry, and quantum mechanics (QM) are absolutely : Matija Zlatar, Maja Gruden.
One of the basic ways of applying MO concepts to coordination chemistry is in Ligand Field Theory. Ligand field theory looks at the effect of donor atoms on the energy of d orbitals in the metal complex. transition metal chemistry into the many other areas where these metal ions play an important role.
As clear and accessible as Brian Figgis's classic Introduction to Ligand Fields, this new book provides inorganic and bioinorganic chemists as well as physical chemists, chemical physicists, and.
Written by internationally recognized experts in the field, this book provides a comparison between ligand field theory and more sophisticated treatments as well as an account of the methods used to calculate the energy levels in compounds of the transition metals. For expanding the area to which the ligand field theory can be applied, it is necessary to establish a rigid physical basis of the theory.
For reading the present text, the following books would be helpful as general references: Ballhausen, C. J., "Introduction to Ligand Field Theory.
According to the preface, the book of Figgis & Hitchman is a revised and extended version of Figgis' Introduction to Ligand Fields published in The book offers a modern approach to ligand field theory (LFT) which is an extension of crystal field theory (CFT) developed in the s by two giants, Bethe and Van by: BookCo.,Inc.,NewYork, ix-fpp.
Figs,andtables. 16 X cm. $ Atlast,hereisthebookforthestudent of inorganic chemistry who wishes to learnaboutthemodern theory of tran-sition metalions. All that thestudent wishestosee,fromatomicspectrathrough group theory, and on through crystal field theory and the molecular orbital formulation.
Transition Metals. (Book Reviews: An Introduction to Transition-Metal Chemistry. Ligand Field Theory)Author: Neil Bartlett.Ligand field theory (LFT) was already a relatively mature subject when Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry (CCC, ) was published and virtually all of Figgis' original Chapter 6 remains valid in terms of the mathematical techniques and the interpretation of the spectral and magnetic properties of high-symmetry, cubic systems.According to the preface, the book of Figgis & Hitchman is a revised and extended version of Figgis' Introduction to Ligand Fields published in The book offers a modern approach to ligand field theory (LFT) which is an extension of crystal field theory (CFT) developed in /5(8).