Inorganic complexes are fascinating in that they have many unique characteristics. A chemistry student can describe an inorganic complex by the charge of the transition metal, the denticity of the ligand, the donor groups, the geometry, the electron count, and the list goes on and on. With many combinations of ligands and metals, students should be exposed to as wide a variety of complexes as possible. This game will allow chemistry students the chance to identify many existing complexes in the literature.
The objective of ‘Complex’ is to identify the characteristics of an inorganic complex and effectively communicate those characteristics with other players. Players will use inorganic chemistry terminology to bolster their inorganic communication skills and to expand their ligand knowledge profile. Players will work in teams and must learn to be efficient in their word choice.
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|Publish Date||July 04, 2020|
|Setting||Modern / Present|
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