The Formation of Metal Complexes in Solution
One of the more recent developments in the field of coord ina tion chem is try has been the determination of the heats of formation of metal complexes and ion-pairs in solution. It has been recognised that the measurement of the association constants at only one temperature is of very limited value since it is preferable to regard the free energy change as a consequence of changes in the heat and entropy of association. An effectively constant ∆G for a series of complex formation reactions can mask important changes in ∆H and ∆∆S.
KeywordsAssociation Constant Complex Formation Reaction Stop Flow Technique Divalent Transition Metal Glycinate Complex
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