1 Introduction 2 Types of ligands 3 Terms used in coordination chemistry 4 Classification of complexes 5 IUPAC nomenclature of coordination compounds 6 Effective atomic number rule 7 Isomerism in coordination compounds. 8 Stability of coordination compounds 9 Theories of bonding in complexes 10 Application of coordination compounds
Mocktest Online Test Series of Coordination Compounds
#1. Coordination compounds contain ligands attached to central metal atom/ion through contain ligands ____bonds.
#2. Ammonia molecule and oxalate ion have coordination sites respectively.
#3. An ambidentate ligand is the one which____.
#4. Which among the following ligands is/are polydentate ligand(s)? nitrate
#5. Among the given ligands, which is a negatively charged?
#6. A discrete structural unit in which central metal ion and ligands linked to it are enclosed in a square bracket is called
#7. According to Werner, there are two spheres (zones) of attraction around the central metal ion. The inner sphere is the___. and the outer sphere is the____.
#8. The coordination number of a central metal atom in a complex is determined by the number of____.
#9. According to Werner's theory, primary valence is satisfied by____.
#10. Identify Lewis acid(s) in cisplatin.
#11. Identify the INCORRECT statement with respect to coordination compound, cisplatin.
#12. Bidentate ligand is_____.
#13. The donor sites of EDTA ligand are
#14. In complex, the coordination number is the____.
#15. Which of the following statements INCORRECT about coordination number?
#16. The coordination number and oxidation number of M in the complex,[M(NH3)SO4]Cl are
#17. An example for a double salt is___.
#18. Which of the following statements is INCORRECT about Werner's theory?
#19. When AgNO3 is added to a solution of CoC13.5NH3, the precipitate of AgCl shows two ionizable chloride ions. This that means____.