Coordination Chemistry

Coordination chemistry is the analysis of compounds formed between metal ions and other neutral or negatively charged molecules. This complex is known as metal-ion complex. Coordination chemistry emerged from the work of Alfred Werner, a Swiss chemist who examined different compounds composed of cobalt(III) chloride and ammonia. Upon the addition of hydrochloric acid, Werner observed that ammonia could not be completely removed. He then proposed that the ammonia must be bound more tightly to the central cobalt ion. However, when aqueous silver nitrate was added, one of the products formed was solid silver chloride.

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