Transition metal

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Transition metal by Mind Map: Transition metal

1. 1- find oxidation number. 2-find electrons(d). 3-find hybrid orbitals and compound shape. 4-determination of geometry.

1.1. Tetrahedral geometry

1.2. Square planar

1.3. Octahedral

1.3.1. dwsp3

2. Werner coordination

2.1. Every metal atom has a fixed number of coordination numbers

2.2. The metal atoms tends to satisfy bofhs

2.2.1. Primary is by negative ions

2.2.2. Secondary is by negative or netural

2.3. The coordination number are always directed towards the fixed position in space

3. Properties

3.1. Electronic configuration

3.2. Oxidation state

3.3. Complex ionsformat

3.4. Colored ions

3.5. Catalytic activity

3.6. Magnetic

3.7. Abundance

4. Factors effecting complexation

4.1. Presence of vacant d orbitals

4.2. Charge on the metal

4.3. Size of the metal

5. Types of ligands

5.1. Monodentate

5.1.1. Use only one donor atoms

5.2. Polydentate

5.2.1. Use more than one atom

6. Coordination compounds

6.1. Primary valency

6.2. Secondary

7. Nomenclature of complexes

8. Types of isomerism

8.1. Stural isomerism

8.1.1. Coordination isomerism

8.1.2. Ionisation isomerism

8.1.3. Hydrate isomerism

8.1.4. Linkage isomerism

8.2. Stereo isomerism

8.2.1. Geometrical isomerism

8.2.2. Optical isomerism

9. Valance bond theory

10. Crystal field theory

10.1. Octahedral

10.1.1. p

10.1.1.1. t1u

10.1.2. s

10.1.2.1. a1g

10.1.3. d

10.1.3.1. eg

10.1.3.2. t2g

10.2. Square planer

10.2.1. p

10.2.1.1. e1u

10.2.1.2. P2u

10.2.2. s

10.2.2.1. A1g

10.2.3. d

10.2.3.1. B1g

10.2.3.2. B2g

10.2.3.3. a1g

10.2.3.4. E1g

10.3. Sp3d2

10.4. Tetrahedral

10.4.1. p

10.4.1.1. t1

10.4.2. s

10.4.2.1. a1

10.4.3. d

10.4.3.1. t2

10.4.3.2. e

11. Molecular orpetal theory

11.1. Pi

11.2. Segma

12. Magnatic moument

13. Energy of free ion

13.1. Rusall and sander coupling

13.2. J-J coupling

14. Orga

15. Tanabo-sugano

16. Jahn tellar theory