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The equation when [Cu(H20)6]2+ and 4NH3, forms [CU(NH3)4(H2O)2)2+ and 4H2O.

I wondering why 4 ammonia ligands are substituted, and not more/less?
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The equation when [Cu(H20)6]2+ and 4NH3, forms [CU(NH3)4(H2O)2)2+ and 4H2O.

I wondering why 4 ammonia ligands are substituted, and not more/less?
Take a look at this thread in chemistry stack exchange: https://chemistry.stackexchange.com/...ns-and-ammonia
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