just ask a question , do we always need to include ligand in variable oxidation state in half equation .
We know that transition metal form different ligand due to their environment .
In the book
Cr in OH Environment oxidize and form CrO42- ion the akali condition
Do you need to include (OH)6 ligand in the half equation . In the book , they didnt include the OH ligand on the Chromium ion but from the online resources i found
they include the OH6 ligand on the chromium ion.
Half equation for oxdize of the Cr3+ on internet
(Cr(OH)6)3- + 2OH- --> CrO42- + 4H2o + 3e-
on the book for redox equation of Cr3+
2Cr3+ + 10OH- + 3H2o2 ---> 2CrO42- +8H2o
Moreover , if there is a question asking mass of Cr(H2o)6 ligand , do you always include the mass of the water in the mass/molar mass equation ?
In that way , if you didnt include the ligand in your equation , is it still right ?
For a mass Spect Question
Does all bond can be break in mass spectrometer ? We said the high peak of the diagram always showing the stable ion . I read from the book , the most stabliest ion will have a higher carbocation . However ,
For example :
CH3CH2CH2OH , why does Ch2OH have the highest abundance peak ?
But not Ch3Ch2 or Ch2Ch2OH . I dont really get carbon mass spect stuff can someone explain to me ?
What kind of bond can we break in mass spect
Redox half equation / transition metal / Mass spect Question
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