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1.I have a question about ligand field strength and how the field strength of a ligand can be changed by ...

by the addition of a substituent to it, For example, I am studying a half sandwich structure where the "table" is an Cp ligand. I am comparing the structure of the complex to that of its identical version except with an additional substituent attached to the Cp ring ligand. My question is will the complexes be the same or different structure. As I know the colour of complexes is dependent on the crystal field splitting on the d orbitals and I know the greater the field strength of the ligand the greater the splitting. So will I be changing the ligand field strength of Cp (cyclopentadiene) by adding a substituent to it? if so how does that happen?
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3.Hi there, I am a senior with a curious eye. I am looking at statistics tutoring, specifically: ANOVA (refresher), linear ...

A (refresher), linear regression, logistic regression, multivariate regression, chi square test (refresher), and more. CLT is a given, so are probability distributions; I eat MC simulations for breakfast. I only work in Excel; not so much interest in Crystal Ball and other add-ins; I have created my own VBA Excel functions such as Spearman(), triangularprobabilitydist() and PoissonInv(). So hit me with what you got, I am up to the challenge. looking for some fun and challenging time. Availability evenings and weekends; looking at 20+ hours of tutoring over next 6 weeks.
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