What is Coordination Chemistry
Coordination chemistry is the field which is concerned with the chemical interaction of organic and (or) inorganic ligand with transition and late transition group metal centres. It concentrates on understanding the physical and chemical properties as well as it investigates the synthesis and detailed structures of these coordination complexes. Prussian blue is one of the earliest known coordination complexes, whose properties were first tried to be understood in the early 1800s by Blomstrand and it was in the year 1893; when Alfred Werner gave one of the most universally accepted theories in Coordination Chemistry, till date. The idea of chirality in coordination complexes was also brought in by Werner.
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