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Nikita Patra 3J
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How do you identify if something is polydentate?
Reina Robles 2B
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Polydentate ligands have more than one lone pair that it can donate. They are also usually in the structure of atom with a lone pair — space atom — space atom — atom with a lone pair.
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you could also measure the formal charge of the site with lone pairs.
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The ligand is polydentate if there are more than one lone pairs that the atom can donate to the transition metal it forms a coordination compound with.
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