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Solution: Consider the species Cl2+, Cl2, and Cl2–.  Which of these species will be paramagnetic?            A)      only Cl2                                                 D)      Cl2 and Cl2–            B)  

Problem

Consider the species Cl2+, Cl2, and Cl2.  Which of these species will be paramagnetic?

            A)      only Cl2                                                 D)      Cl2 and Cl2

            B)      Cl2+ and Cl2                                           E)      all three are paramagnetic

            C)        Cl2+ and Cl2