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22. The b2 molecular orbital has chiefly duzcharacter, and the two a, orbitals contain contributions from the metal s, p z , d+g and d , ~orbitals. The la, orbital is directed primarily along the y axis and may be described as essentially nonbonding. The 2a, orbital is hybridized away from the C,H,- ligands and is ideally placed to interact strongly with the donor orbitals of the incoming ligands. This strong interaction is an important feature of the molecular orbital correlation diagram for the [M(q-C,H,),L,] complex, which is illustrated in Fig.
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