Variation of stretching frequency of C-O bond in metal carbonyls

Variation of stretching frequency of C-O bond in metal carbonyls


It would be [Ti(CO)6]-2 ion It would be [Ti(CO)6]-2 ion It would be [Ti(CO)6]-2 ion

31 Replies to “Variation of stretching frequency of C-O bond in metal carbonyls”

  1. thank u mam … plz keep on uploading such videos …. students like me needs u …. i cant b able to go tuition for #net exam

  2. Madam in last problem Ti complex has less electron density means lower backbonding so higher frequency na but u give lower frequency plz explain

  3. mam Tico6 will be on 2nd postion here its having less d electrons and poor back bonding here ..i tnk [TI(CO)6]-2 HAVE less but here u wrote TICO6

  4. mam ur way of explaination is quite gd but l didn't get d concept of last problem plz explain ……..

  5. Thanku thanku thanku so much,,, itna kom time me app ne pura matter bohot a66ese explain kiya๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  6. I just concluded that
    Ti (CO)6 has lower stretching frequently because it possess no back bonding.
    Because of d1 system
    As 6ร—2 = 12 Carbonyl electron
    2s2 d1 = 3 electron /18
    3+12 e/18
    15/18
    Ti complex do not follow the 18 rule how it will form because it is unstable

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