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Sketch all isomers of the following. Indicate clearly each pair ofenantiomers. a) [Pt(NH3)3Cl3]+ b) [Co(NH3)2(H2O)2Cl2]+ c) [Co(NH3)2(H2O)2BrCl]+ d) [

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asked 2021-02-01

Sketch all isomers of the following. Indicate clearly each pair ofenantiomers.
a) \([Pt(NH3)3Cl3]+\)
b) \([Co(NH3)2(H2O)2Cl2]+\)
c) \([Co(NH3)2(H2O)2BrCl]+\)
d) \([Cr(H2O)3BrClI]\)
e) \([Pt(en)2Cl2]2+\)
f) \([Cr(o-phen)(NH3)2Cl2]+\)
g) \([Pt(bipy)2BrCl]2+\)
h) \(Fe(dtc)3 dtc = S2CN(H)Mei)\)
Re(arphos)\(2Br2\) arphos \(= 1,2-(Me2As)(Me2P)C6H4\)
j) \(Re(dien)Br2Cl\)
Wow... you don't really have to do all of them for me. Just some ofthem

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2021-02-02

a) \([Pt(NH3)3Cl3]+\)
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b) \([Co(NH3)2(H2O)2Cl2]+\)
image trans - similar group on opposite sides of the centralmetal atom
cis - similar group on same side of the
U can try out the resp part.
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