Question: Acetylacetone abbreviated acacH is a bidentate ligand It loses a
Acetylacetone, abbreviated acacH, is a bidentate ligand. It loses a proton and coordinates as acac-, as shown below, where M is a transition metal:
Which of the following complexes are optically active: cis-Cr(acac)2(H2O)2, Trans-Cri(acac)2(H2O)2, and Cr(acac)3?
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