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The usual Eigen Wilkins approach still appears to be effective as a predictive tool for rationalising the rates of both dissociative I and associative l substitution reactions in these cases. d a d a Bidentate Ligands In the reaction of a bidentate ligand A-B with an aqua ion there will be an additional step involving dissociation of a second water molecule. M(H20) — Α — Β 5 (Η2θ) Μ^ —> ) 4 + H2O The k step will of course be an intramolecular reaction. The rate constant for ring closure k is usually greater than k relating to the formation of the first metal-ligand bond.
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