How’s the structure of this molecule?
How’s the structure of Co(B9C2H11)2^- ?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
There is the structure of this molecule in the first chapter of Inorganic Chemistry book written by James E. Huheey
- davisoldhamLv 51 decade ago
That is a carborane. You do not have enough information to draw the structure. I believe that is a isocahedron carborane (i.e. 12 skeletal atoms). The full description of a carborane needs to include the relative positioning of the carbon atoms in the skeleton. It could be a nidocarborane, a closocarborane, or maybe even another type.
- s0u1 reaverLv 51 decade ago
How can I show the structure of a ligand in Yahoo answers!!!
They should have provided a drawing tool.
- cuban friendLv 51 decade ago