is C2O4(2-) a weak ligand or strong ligand?

Oxalate is the conjugate base of oxalic acid, which is an excellent ligand for metal ions. It usually binds as a bidentate ligand forming a 5-membered MO2C2 ring. It uses its two oxygen atom for binding.
Potassium ferrioxalate i.e.   K3[Fe(C2O4)3

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well i think it is the strong ligand because it having the oxygen atm with 2 - charge

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