Chemistry Revision Notes for Class 12 Chapter 9 the Coordination Compounds

Here we have discussed Chapter 9 of Class 12 Chemistry. To form a coordination complex, a molecule or an ion binds to the metal atom. Such an ion or molecule is called ligand. These ligands function as an electron-pair donor. Unidentate ligands are the ligands which have one donor atom. Bidentate ligands are the ligands which have two donor atoms. Tridentate ligands are the ligands which have three donor atoms. Hexadentate ligands are the ligands which have six donor atoms.

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Frequently asked Questions on CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Notes Chapter 9: Coordination Compounds

What are ‘Coordination compounds’?

It is a compound that contains coordinate bonds, typically between a central metal atom and a number of other atoms or groups.

What is a ‘Valence bond’?

Valence bond is a chemical bonding theory that explains the chemical bonding between two atoms.

What is an ‘Enantiomer’?

Enantiomers are a pair of molecules that exist in two forms that are mirror images of one another but cannot be superimposed one upon the other.

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