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Diamagnetic species are atoms that has zero unpaired electrons. We can determine this by setting up the orbital diagrams of the valence electrons for each atom.
Writing the electron configurations will help us identify the valence electrons. Recall that s, p, d and f blocks in the periodic table which can help us
For Cr2+, find the electron configuration of the neutral Cr first
Which species is diamagnetic? Cr2+, Zn, Mn, C
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