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Important terminology - I

In this video, we will familiarise ourselves with some important terminology that appears repeatedly in the context of coordination complexes. Timestamps 00:15 - Coordination entity 01:05 - Central metal atom/ion 02:09 - Ligands 03:06 - Monodentate ligands 05:03 - Chelate ligands 05:23 - Why chelate ligands are more stable? 05:56 - Ambidentate ligands Practice this concept - https://www.khanacademy.org/science/class-12-chemistry-india/x6a5fb67b43bb54b9:coordination-compounds/x6a5fb67b43bb54b9:some-important-terminologies-and-nomenclature-of-coordination-compounds/e/important-terms-related-to-coordination-compounds?lang=en Master the concept of “Important terminology” through practice exercises and videos - https://www.khanacademy.org/science/class-12-chemistry-india/x6a5fb67b43bb54b9:coordination-compounds#x6a5fb67b43bb54b9:some-important-terminologies-and-nomenclature-of-coordination-compounds Check out more videos and exercises on “Coordination Compounds” - https://www.khanacademy.org/science/class-12-chemistry-india/x6a5fb67b43bb54b9:coordination-compounds?lang=en To get you fully ready for your exam and help you fall in love with “chemistry”, find the complete bank of exercises and videos for “class 12 chemistry” here - https://www.khanacademy.org/science/class-12-chemistry-india?lang=en . Created by Revathi Ramachandran.

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