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21. The intermediate [Fe(SCN)(H,O)s]is of reactiobn the in detected [Co(NCSs)(NH:)5]with [Fe(H2O)%] in aqueous producce to medium [Co(H,O)%1 and [Fe(H2O)61*. The mechanism of the reaction is 1. Interchange dissociative Interchange associative Inner sphere electron transfer Outer sphere electron transfer 2. 3. 4.
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  • Walimbe prasad
    The Inner Sphere and outer Sphere reactions are also called as redox reactions of the coordination compounds... While Interchange Associative and dissociative reactions are not a r...
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  • Walimbe prasad
    There is a transfer of ligands from one entity to the other, thus these reactions are also called as atm or group transfer reactions..
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  • Walimbe prasad
    It is an example of the Inner Sphere mechanism.. NCS acts as a bridging ligand
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  • Amit kumar nayak thankyou
    transfer of bridging ligand from oxidant to reductant is called inner sphere electron transfer...here NCS is bridging ligand which was initially attached to Co metal but as a inter...
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    Amit kumar nayak
    is it clear or not
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