Problem: Rank these transition metal ions in order of decreasing number of unpaired electrons. Indicate if any overlap.Fe3+, Ni2+, Cu+, V3+, Mn4+

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We need to construct an orbital diagram for each ion to determine how many unpaired electrons are present

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Rank these transition metal ions in order of decreasing number of unpaired electrons. Indicate if any overlap.

Fe3+, Ni2+, Cu+, V3+, Mn4+

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