By Geoffrey A. Lawrance
Cotton S. / Коттон С.
Henderson W. / Хендерсон У.
Komiya S. / Комия С.
Lawrence G.A. / Лоренц Дж.А.
Muller U. / Мюллер У.
Rehder D. / Редер Д.
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4 involves the sequence M→O→C→O→, with the last O returning us to the M, so four atoms are involved in the continuous ring, meaning it is a four-membered chelate ring. 3, like the carboxylate discussed above, the chelate ring is a four-membered ring, as it involves four atoms (including the metal) linked together in a ring by four covalent bonds, two of which are coordinate bonds. Just in the way that ring structures of a certain range of sizes in organic compounds are inherently stable, chelation leads to enhanced stability in metal complexes for chelate rings of certain sizes.
4 The Road Ahead Having identified the important role of metals as the central atom in coordination chemistry, it is appropriate at this time to recognize that the metal has partners and to reflect on the nature of the partnership. The partners are of course the ligands. A coordination complex can be thought of as the product of a molecular marriage – each partner, metal and ligand, brings something to the relationship, and the result of the union involves compromises that, when made, mean the union is distinctly different from the prior independent parts.
Further, we will look at metal complexes in place – in nature and in commerce, and speculate on the future. Overall, the intent is to give as broad and deep an overview as is both reasonable and proper in an introductory text. Pray continue. Concept Keys A coordination complex consists of a central atom, usually a metal ion, bound to a set of ligands by coordinate bonds. A coordinate covalent bond is distinguished by the ligand donor atom donating both electrons (of a lone pair) to an empty orbital on the central atom to form the bond.