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¿Cual sería la suma electronica por el método ionico del ligante?

Determina la cuenta electronica de cada compuesto desglozando


las aportaciones de metal y ligante:
[CoCp(CO)(-CO)]2 [FeCp(CO)(-CO)]2

O
O
C
Fe Fe
C C
O
O

[Rh(COD)Cl]2 [Ni(allyl)(-OH)]2

Cl
Mo Ta
(MeO)3P Cl PR3
(MeO)3P PR3
NMe2

Ni Mo
NMe2
Me2N
NMe2
O
N

Cr Br
N
O
Ti
N Br
O N
O
PMe3
OC CO
W Pd
OC CO
PMe3

Mo
Ni
C
N O
N
O O
Mn
Ph 3P
C O Sc OMe
C
O OMe

PMe 3
CO H
Co OC Cr C
Me 3P PMe 3 OC OR
Me 3 P PMe 3

R R
C C R
C O O
Ph2
C C
CH 2t-Bu
P W
CH
Fe ? Fe
P
Ph2

O O
O OC C C
CO
O
O C C O
C C O Os O
Fe ? Fe OC C C
CO
OC CO Os ? Os
C
C O C C
H H C
O O O O
O Au
C
Co ?
C
Co P ? P
O Au
Br
OR
RO OR
Au
Mo
P ? P
?
Au Mo
RO OR
CH 3 OR
O
O Rh O
O R
R ? R
R O Rh
O
O
O
Ligand Name Bonding Type Formal Electrons
Charge Donated

Molecular Hydrogen: H2 0 2

Hydride: H M-H -1 2
Hydride: H -1 2

Halide: X M-X -1 2

Halide: X  -1 4
 bridging (2 to each
M)

Halide: X  -1 6
 3 bridging (2 to each
M)

Alkoxide, thiolate: OR , SR M- OR -1 2 or 4

Alkoxide, thiolate: OR , SR  R -1 4


 bridging (2 to each
O
M)
M M

Alkoxide, thiolate: OR , SR  R -1 6


 3 bridging O (2 to each
M)
M M
M
Peroxide: O22 O -2 4
2 M
O
Peroxide: O22 O O M -2 4
O
 2 bridging O (2 to each
M M M
M)

Oxide, sulfide: O2 , S2 M O -2 4


6
M O
Oxide, sulfide: O2 , S2  O -2 4
 bridging (2 to
M M each M)

Oxide, sulfide: O2 , S2  O -2 6


 3 bridging (2 to
M M each M)
M
Amine, phosphine, arsine: M-NR3 0 2
NR3, PR3, AsR3
M-PR3

Amide, phosphide: -1 2
M N R M P R
NR2 , PR2 R R
R 4
M N R
Amide, phosphide: RR -1 4
NR2 , PR2  bridging: (2 to each
P
M)
M M

Imido: NR2 R -2 4 (bent)


M N 6 (linear)
M N R

Imido: NR2 R R -2 4 or 6
 bridging (2 or 3 to
N N
each M)
M M M M

Imido: NR2 R -2 6
 3 bridging N (2 to each
M)
M M
M
Nitride, phosphide: MN: -3 6
N3 , P3
Nitride, phosphide:
N N -3 4 or 6
N3 , P3 ,  bridging (2 or 3 to
M M M M each M)

Nitride, phosphide:
N -3 6
N3 , P3 ,  3 bridging
M M
M
Nitrosyl: NO+ M N O +1 2
linear form

Nitrosyl: NO M N -1 2
bent form O

Nitrosyl: NO+ O +1 1 to each


 bridging metal
N
M M

Nitrosyl: NO+ O +1 1 to each


 3 bridging metal
N
M M
M
Carbonyl: CO M C O 0 2
Carbonyl: CO O 0 2 to each
, 2 mode C metal
M M
Carbonyl: CO O 0 1 to each
 bridging metal
C
M M
Carbonyl: CO O 0 1 to each
 3 bridging metal
C
M M
M
Isocyanide: CN-R M C N R 0 2
Isocyanide: CN-R R 0 1 to each
 bridging N metal
C
M M
Alkene: R2C=CR2 R R 0 2
R C C R
2 bonding mode

M
Alkyne: RCCR R C C R 0 2 or 4
 2 bonding mode

M
Alkyne: RCCR
 bridging
R
C C R 0 2 to each
metal

M M
Dienes: R2C=CH-CH=CR2 0 4
4 bonding mode
M
Dienes: R2C=CH-CH=CR2 0 2 to each
 bridging metal
M M

Benzene: C6H6 0 6
 6 bonding mode
M
Ketones, aldehydes: R 0 2
 2 bonding mode R C O

Alkyl: CH3 , CH2R M CR 3 -1 2


 1 bonding mode

Alkyl: CH3 , CH2R R R R -1 2


C (1 to each
M)
M M assuming no
agostic M-H
interactions

Aryl: C6H5 -1 2
 1 terminal M

Alkenyl (vinyl), alkynyl: M R -1 2


CH=CH2 , CCH
M
 1 terminal

Alkenyl (vinyl): -1 4
CH=CH2 M
 2 terminal

Alkenyl (vinyl), alkynyl: M -1 4


CH=CH2 , CCH (2 to each
, 2 terminal M R M)
M M

Cyclopropenyl: C3H3 +1 2
 3 terminal -1 4
M

Allyl: C3H5 -1 4
 3 terminal
M
Allyl: C3H5 M -1 2
 1 terminal

Pentadienyl: C5H7 -1 6
 5 terminal
M

Pentadienyl: C5H7 -1 4
 3 terminal
M

Pentadienyl: C5H7 M -1 2
 1 terminal

Cyclopentadienyl: C5H5 -1 6
5

M
M

Cyclopentadienyl: C5H5 -1 4
3

M
Carbene: =CYR R 0 2
where Y is a substituent M C
capable of  interaction with
the carbene carbon atom Y

Alkylidene: =CR22 R -2 4
where no substituents capable M C
of  bonding to the carbene R
carbon atom are present
Carbene: =CYR or =CR22 Y R -2 2 to each
 bridging metal
C
M M
Carbyne or Alkyidyne: M C R -3 6
CR3

Carbyne or Alkyidyne: R -3 2 to each


CR3  3 bridging metal
C
M M
M