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Transition Metals Electron Configuration

Q. In Universe L, recently discovered by an intrepid team of chemists who also happen to have studied interdimensional travel, quantum mechanics works as it does in our universe, except that there are seven d orbitals instead of the usual number we observe here. Use these facts to write the ground-state electron configurations of the third and fourth elements in the first transition series in Universe L. Note; you may use [X] to stand for the electron configuration of the noble gas at the end of the row before the first transition series.

Solved • Sep 26, 2019

Transition Metals Electron Configuration

Q. In Universe L, recently discovered by an intrepid team of chemists who also happen to have studied interdimensional travel, quantum mechanics works as it does in our universe, except that there are seven d orbitals instead of the usual number we observe here. Use these facts to write the ground-state electron configurations of the sixth and seventh elements in the first transition series in Universe L. Note; you may use [X] to stand for the electron configuration of the noble gas at the end of the row before the first transition series.

Solved • Sep 26, 2019

Transition Metals Electron Configuration

Q. Do all d orbital elements have 2 valence electrons except for Cr and Cu which I think has only 1 valence electron? I think I read that only s and p orbitals matter when looking for valence electrons.

Solved • Sep 21, 2019

Transition Metals Electron Configuration

Q. Give the condensed electron configuration and the number of unpaired electrons for Ta2+.

Solved • Jul 30, 2019

Transition Metals Electron Configuration

Q. Using the periodic table to locate the element, write the condensed electron configuration of Ru.

Solved • Jul 30, 2019