- Created by: Layne Robinson
- Created on: 26-05-15 14:47
1. What is a ligand?
- An ion that donates a lone pair of electrons to a metal ion to form a coordinate/dative covalent bond
- A molecule containing both an amine and a carboxylic acid group
- A transition metal that has various oxidation states
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2. How is the rate constant, k, calculated?
- Rate equation X initial rate
- Concentration of all reactants / initial rate
- (Initial rate / rate equation) X 100
- Initial rate / rate equation
- Rate equation / initial rate
3. Which of these is not a property of a transition element?
- Can commonly form both negative and positive ions
- Forms colourful compounds
- Can form complex ions
- Various oxidation states
4. How is the value of Kc calculated in an equilibrium?
- Concentration of reactants X concentration of products
- Amount in moles of products / amount in moles of reactants
- Amount in moles of reactants / amount in moles of products
- Concentration of products / concentration of reactants ([D]d [C]c / [A]a [B]b)
- Concentration of reactants / concentration of products ([A]a [B]b / [D]d [C]c)
5. [Ni(H2O)6]2+ + 6NH3 --> [Ni(NH3)6]2+ + 6H2O is an example of what type of reaction?
- Electrophilic substitution
- Redox reaction
- Ligand substitution
- Neutralisation reaction
- Precipitation reaction