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I would say we need to know that its a coordination compound and the structure (why its cis vs trans). Then I would also know its biological significance as a chemotherapy drug. It is used to stop DNA replication of cancerous cells. The chlorines in cisplatin bind to the guanines in the DNA strand, stopping replication thus preventing cancer from spreading.
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