Mössbauer spectroscopic studies were carried out on some synthesized iron complexes of Schiff's bases. The studies have evidenced that iron/II/ and iron/III/ species were formed, and no stereoisomers were found. However, the complex of bis/acetylacetone diethylene triamine/ had shown the geometric isomers, and only the Fe/III/ species formed. Immersion of the chelate of iron bis/salicylaldehyde ethylene diamine/ in aerated distilled water for a day had resulted in the conversion of the entire iron/II/ species into the iron/III/ complexes. The exposure to atmosphere had converted a part of iron/II/ into iron/III/ and resulted in distortion of the iron/II/ chelates. This leaves a room to think that oxygen transport or absorption may bring change in the oxidation number of the central metal ion or distortion in the structural arrangements.