Coordination Chemistry


Coordination Chemistry is the study of compounds that have a central atom (often metallic) surrounded by molecules or anions, known as ligands. The ligands are attached to the central atom by dative bonds, also known as coordinate bonds, in which both electrons in the bond are supplied by the same atom on the ligand. Coordination compounds are complexes that consist of one or more central atoms or ions with one or more attached molecules. The central atom is called a metal and is a Lewis Acid. Coordination compounds include such substances as vitamin B12, haemoglobin, and chlorophyll, dyes and pigments, and catalysts used in preparing organic substances. A major application of coordination compounds is their use as catalysts, which serve to alter the rate of chemical reactions.


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