The Complex Ion Which Has No ‘d’ Electrons In The Central Metal Atoms Is

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Question

The complex ion which has no ‘d’ electrons in the central metal atoms is

Solution

Correct option is

[MnO4]

 

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 is tetrahedral complex and uses sp3 hybridisation of Mn7+. It has no ‘d’ electrons.  

Testing

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

A compound contains 1.08 mol of Na, 0.539 mol of Cu and 2.16 mol of F. Its aqueous solution shows osmotic pressure which is three times that of urea having same molar concentration. The formula of the compound is :

Q2

When HgI2 is added to excess of aqueous KI, mercury largely exists as

Q3

The solution of AgBr in presence of large excess of NH3 contains mainly the cation

Q4

 

The molar ionic conductances of the octahedral complexes :

(i) PtCl4.5NH3                       (ii) PtCl4.4NH3

(iii) PtCl4.3NH3                     (iv) PtCl4.2NH3

Follow the order

Q5

On treatment of 100 ml of 0.1 M solution of the complex CrCl3.6H2O with excess of AgNO3.4.305g of AgCl was obtained. The complex is

Q6

Which of the following species is not expected to be a ligand

Q7

 

EAN of the central metal in the complexes :

      K2[Ni(CN4].[Cu(NH34]SO4 and K2[PtCl6]

are respectively

Q8

Which of the following pair of complexes have the same EAN of the central metal atoms/ions?

Q9

The complexes that violates the Sidwicks’s rule of EAN is

Q10

In nitroprusside ion, the iron and NO exists as Fe(II) and rather than Fe(III) and NO. This can be established by