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13th December 2014, 09:41 AM
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Re: Mahatma Gandhi University Msc Chemistry Second Semester Exam Question Paper

Here is the list of few questions of Mahatma Gandhi University Msc Chemistry Second Semester Question Paper which you are looking for .


01. What is nephlauxetic effect?
02. Give one evidence for metal ligand orbital overlap.
03. Explain Irwing William order of stability of complexes.
04. Account for the difference in intensities of colours of aqueous solutions of Na2CrO4 and
Cr(NO3)3. Give the origin of those colours.
05. How CD spectra is useful in determining the absolute configuration of metal complexes?
06. Derive the ground term symbol for octahedral Cr3+ ion.
07. Explain the d orbital splitting diagrams of for triagonal-bipyramidal and square
pyramidal complexes of formula ML5. What would be the expected magnetic properties
of such complexes of Ni(II)?
08. Characterize the following complexes as high spin or low spin:
[Co(NH3)6]2+ ( µ: 5 BM), [Co(NO2)6]4- ( µ: 1.9 BM), [CoF6]3-( µ: 5.3 BM), [Fe(CN)6]3-
( µ: 2.3 BM).
09. What is trans effect? What would be the sequence of substitutions required to get
[PtClBrNH3Py] ( with Br trans to Cl) from [Pt Cl4]2-?
10. Explain Curies law? What is its significance?
11. How many d-d bands would be expected in the electronic spectrum of an octahedral
Cr(III) complex?
12. Explain the difference between 4f and 5f orbitals.
13. Electronic absorption spectra of lanthanide ions are very sharp. Explain.

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01. What is nephlauxetic effect?
02. Give one evidence for metal ligand orbital overlap.
03. Explain Irwing William order of stability of complexes.
04. Account for the difference in intensities of colours of aqueous solutions of Na2CrO4 and
Cr(NO3)3. Give the origin of those colours.
05. How CD spectra is useful in determining the absolute configuration of metal complexes?
06. Derive the ground term symbol for octahedral Cr3+ ion.
07. Explain the d orbital splitting diagrams of for triagonal-bipyramidal and square
pyramidal complexes of formula ML5. What would be the expected magnetic properties
of such complexes of Ni(II)?
08. Characterize the following complexes as high spin or low spin:
[Co(NH3)6]2+ ( μ: 5 BM), [Co(NO2)6]4- ( μ: 1.9 BM), [CoF6]3-( μ: 5.3 BM), [Fe(CN)6]3-
( μ: 2.3 BM).
09. What is trans effect? What would be the sequence of substitutions required to get
[PtClBrNH3Py] ( with Br trans to Cl) from [Pt Cl4]2-?
10. Explain Curies law? What is its significance?
11. How many d-d bands would be expected in the electronic spectrum of an octahedral
Cr(III) complex?
12. Explain the difference between 4f and 5f orbitals.
13. Electronic absorption spectra of lanthanide ions are very sharp. Explain




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15th May 2018, 10:48 AM
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Re: Mahatma Gandhi University Msc Chemistry Second Semester Exam Question Paper

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