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Solution - Illustrate with Example, the Difference Between a Double Salt and a Co-ordination Compound - Coordination Compounds - Introduction

Question

Illustrate with example, the difference between a double salt and a co-ordination compound

Solution

Double salt Complex compound
They contain two simple salt in equimolar proportion. They contain a complex of salt which may or may not be in equimolar proportion.
In aqueous solution, they dissociate completely into ions In aq ueous solution complex ion does not dissociation into ions.
They are ionic compound and contain ionic bonds. They may or may not be ionic complex part always contains coordinate bonds
Properties of the salt is same as its constituent compounds. The properties of the compound are different from its constituents due to complex formation.

Example: Potash alum
K2SO4.Al2SO3.24H2O

Example: Potassium hexachloroplatinate (IV)
K2[PtCl4]
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2015-2016 (March)
Question 5.2 | 2 marks
Solution for question: Illustrate with Example, the Difference Between a Double Salt and a Co-ordination Compound concept: Coordination Compounds - Introduction. For the courses HSC Science (Computer Science), HSC Science (Electronics), HSC Science (General)
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