We’re being asked to determine the ion that would have one d electron in its outermost shell.
Let us find these elements in the periodic table:
The given elements belong to the d-block. However, we are given ions. We shall do the following:
Step 1: Identify the number of electrons in the ion.
Step 2: Write the electron configuration of the ion.
Step 3: Show the electrons in the outermost d-orbital.
Which of these ions have one d electron in the outmost d subshell?
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