Answer to Question #77165 in Inorganic Chemistry for merry

Question #77165
Explain briefly why ligand exchange reactions of Cr(III) are typically very slow.
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Expert's answer
2018-05-14T08:08:09-0400
The Cr(III) aqua ion has three electrons in the orbital of the d-shell, leading to considerable ligand field stabilization energy, and so undergoes ligand substitution reactions very slowly.

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