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When writing formulas the metal (central atom) is always listed first within the brackets However, when writing names the metal name is always given last Any material not listed within the brackets is named separately
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[Ru(NH3)5(N2)]Cl2 [Ru(NH3)5(N2)] [IF6]
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coordination compound complex ion (cationic)
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[PtNH3Cl2(C5H5N)] coordination compound complex ion (anionic) (the name must end in -ate) coordination compound (same -ate ending) K[IF6]
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If everything in the formula is enclosed within one set of brackets, the entire name will be one word If there is material outside the brackets, this outside material is named separately Just as with simpler compounds, cations are always named before anions Thus, a cationic complex would be the first word in the name, and an anionic complex would be the last word in a name (with an ate ending)
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[Ni(H2O)4Cl2] [Co(NH3)6]Cl3 K2[PtCl4]
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tetraaquadichloronickel(II) hexaamminecobalt(III) chloride potassium tetrachloroplatinate(II)
When naming a complex, or when writing the formula for a complex, the ligands are listed alphabetically Again, do not forget that metals are first in the formula and last in the name The names of anionic ligands always end in an o Neutral ligands are basically unchanged Two common exceptions in the case of neutral ligands are NH3 = ammine (note the double m), and H2O = aqua Other common ligands and their names are listed in Appendix C Multiple identical ligands have prefixes added to designate the number of such ligands: 2 3 4
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ditritetra[Co(NH3)6]Cl3 [Cr(NO)4]
5 6 7
pentahexahepta-
8 9 10
octanonadeca-
hexamminecobalt(III) chloride tetranitrosylchromium(0)
If the ligand name contains a prefix or begins with a vowel (except ammine and aqua), alternate prefixes should be used: 2 3 4 bistristetrakis5 6 7 pentakishexakisheptakis8 9 10 octakisnonakisdecakis-
When using the alternate prefixes, it is common practice to enclose the name of the ligand within parentheses Either type of prefix is added after the ligands have been alphabetized
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Examples:
[Cr(en)3]Cl3 K2[Ge(C2O4)3]
Tris(ethylenediamine)chromium(III) chloride Potassium tris(oxalato)germanate
Anionic complexes always have names ending in ate This will require a change in the name of the metal Thus, aluminum would become aluminate, and zinc would become zincate The only exceptions to this are some of the metals whose symbols are based on Latin or Greek names These exceptions are: Metal (Greek or Latin name) copper (cuprum) silver (argentum) gold (aurum) iron (ferrum) tin (stannum) lead (plumbum)
Examples:
Symbol Cu Ag Au Fe Sn Pb
Anionic name cuprate argentate aurate ferrate stannate plumbate
K[Au(CN)4] (NH4)2[PbCl6]
potassium tetracyanoaurate(III) ammonium hexachloroplumbate(IV)
If the metal ion may exist in more than one oxidation state, this oxidation state should be listed, in Roman numerals, immediately after the name of the metal ion The Roman numeral is enclosed in parentheses and is considered part of the same word, and not a separate grouping If the metal occurs in only one oxidation state, no such indicator is used This notation is the Stock system discussed earlier
Experimental
STRATEGY
Experiments involving the basic material covered in this chapter have been placed in the in-depth chapters throughout the remainder of this book
Common Mistakes to Avoid
Between the two of us, we have almost 60 years of teaching experience We ve seen a lot of student mistakes We will try to to steer you clear of the most common ones 1 Always show your units in mathematical problems 2 In the conversion from F to C, be sure to subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit temperature first, then multiply by 5 9 3 In the conversion from C to F, be sure to multiply the Celsius temperature by 9 5, then add 32 4 There is no degree sign used for kelvin 5 Only consider measured values for significant figures 6 When considering whether or not zeroes to the right of the last non-zero digit are significant, pay attention to whether or not there is a decimal point 7 Round only off your final answer, not intermediate calculations 8 In working problems, be sure that your units cancel 9 If you are solving for cm, for example, be sure you end up with cm and not 1/cm
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