Illustrate about square planar complexes, Chemistry

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Q. Illustrate about square planar complexes?

For square planar complexes Mu, Ma3b or Mab3 where a and b etc., are monodentate  ligands, again the geometrical isomerism is not possible. However, square planar complexes of the type Ma2b2, Ma2bc. Mabcd and M(AA) 2, M(AB) 2-where AA and AB represent  symmetrical and unsymmetrical chelating agents -do give geometrical isomers.


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