Lecture 28: Transition Metals: Crystal Field Theory Part I

Lecture 28: Transition Metals: Crystal Field Theory Part I

Description: Embedded video, no tabs, this description appears on section page: Crystal field theory was developed to explain the special features of transition metal complexes, including their beautiful colors and their magnetic properties. In part I of this topic, we consider d-block coordination complexes that have octahedral geometry, and see whether we can change the color of a paper flower dipped in an octahedral cobalt chloride complex just by adding water.

Instructor: Catherine Drennan

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