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I need some help on this topic.

[Cu(OH2)6]^2 is complex ion and it has 6 co ordination bonds.my question is how we know that how many co ordination bonds will form or what is the reason it forms 6 co ordination bond.
if we look [Cu(Cl)4]^-2 here it has 4 why?

and why in [Cu(OH2)6]^2 copper be +2 and why in [Cu(Cl)4]^-2 it become -2?
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At A level, you just have to learn how many form.
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