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Complete Study Notes for the Organometallics Section

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Chemistry Organometallic chemistry Chemical bonding Inorganic chemistry Coordination chemistry Transition metals 18-electron rule Ligand Metal carbonyl Oxidative addition Electron counting Migratory insertion
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Chemistry Organometallic chemistry Chemical bonding Inorganic chemistry Coordination chemistry Transition metals 18-electron rule Ligand Metal carbonyl Oxidative addition Electron counting Migratory insertion
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Lecture Session run on the 1st June as Examination Preparation based on feedback to Survey Monkey Survey. See end of document for Survey outcome. ________________ (c) The reactions of three simple first row transition metal metallocenes (M(n- C5H5)2) with sulfuric acid afford one of A-C below (i.e. A-C have three different metals). Using the 18 electron rule, identify the transition metal in each of A-C. - page 2 - ________________ Question 2 (4 marks) (a) Predict the products of the addition of PMe3 to the complex shown below, showing the structure of each (including stereochemistry), and their expected relative distributions. Hint: the products include all of the atoms in the original complex and PMe3). Me occo PMe3 Mn. MeP1 | CO PMe Products (myelion san) PMs Me (1) PMe (1) C. C. s-so oc s CO (...) M, ound 1. M...
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