Answer sheets of meritorious students of class 12th’ 2012 M.P Board – All SubjectsFebruary 14, 2013
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NCERT Solutions for Class 12 Chemistry Chapter 9: In this chapter, students can find all the detailed solutions for Class 12 Chemistry Chapter 9. The solutions are curated by our experts and presented in a step-by-step manner to help CBSE Class 12 students grasp the concepts quickly. They are also effective in strengthening the conceptual knowledge of the subject.
CBSE Class 6 Chapter 11 talks about Werner’s Theory of Coordination Compounds, Important Terms Related to Coordination Compounds, Classification of Ligands, Homoleptic and Heteroleptic Complexes, Bonding on Metal Carbonyls and many more. Embibe delivers a set of 400+ practice questions for the topics included in Chapter 9. Students must practice all the questions offered by Embibe to score good marks. Keep reading to access solutions for Coordination Compounds.
Chapter 9, Coordination Compounds, is one of the interesting chapters of Chemistry. Students who are well-versed with the concepts can easily solve any kind of problem asked in the exam. Though the solutions seem difficult to understand at first, consistently practicing the solutions will help students to attain proficiency in the subject and score maximum marks. Students must practice as many questions as possible to become efficient in handling both easy and difficult types of questions.
All the solutions designed by Embibe for every question of Class 12 Chapter 9 are based on the latest syllabus. Students can practice the questions for free at Embibe. Also, they can access NCERT 3D Videos, NCERT Exemplars, Embibe Explainers, etc. for free.
Below mentioned are the important topics related to Class 12 Chemistry Chapter 9
|Sr. No||Topic Name|
|1||Werner’s Theory of Coordination Compounds|
|2||Important Terms Related to Coordination Compounds|
|3||Classification of Ligands|
|4||Homoleptic and Heteroleptic Complexes|
|5||Nomenclature of Coordination Compounds|
|6||Nomenclature of Coordination Compounds – 1|
|7||Geometrical Isomerism in Coordination Compounds|
|8||Geometries of Coordination Compounds|
|9||Geometry of Tetracyanonickelate (II) Complex|
|10||Geometry of Hexaquairn (III) Complex|
|11||Magnetic Nature of Potassium Ferricyanide|
|12||Geometry of Potassium Hexacyanoferrate (II)|
|13||CFT: Theory of Coordination Compounds|
|14||Coloured Ion Formation by d-Block Elements|
|15||Bonding in Metal Carbonyls|
|16||Stability of Coordination Compounds|
|18||Stepwise Stability Constant|
|19||Importance of Coordination Compounds-I|
|20||Importance of Coordination Compounds-II|
Students can refer to the important points related to Chemistry Class 12 Class 9 mentioned below and note down the points to have a quick revision during final examinations.
Students can access the NCERT solutions for all chapters of Class 12 from below.
Ans: The stability of coordination compounds in a solution means the degree of association between the metal ion and the ligands involved in the state of equilibrium. Quantitatively, the strength is expressed by the equilibrium constant for the association.
Ans: In a metal carbonyl, the metal-carbon bond possesses both the σ and π character. The bond between the carbonyl molecule and the metal is further strengthened by the synergic effect produced by the metal-ligand bond.
Ans: Coordination compounds act as industrial catalysts and are essential in many biochemical processes.
Ans: A coordination complex is a Lewis acid-base reaction product in which neutral molecules or anions (called ligands) bond to a central metal atom (or ion) by coordinating covalent bonds. Ligands are Lewis bases containing at least one pair of electrons to donate to a metal atom/ion.
Ans: The fourth topic in the Class 12 Chemistry Chapter 9 of the NCERT syllabus is Isomerism in Coordination Compounds.
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