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Fe(NO3)3 → Fe3+ + NO3-
s orbital → can hold a maximum of 2 electrons
p orbitals → can hold a maximum of 6 electrons
d orbitals → can hold a maximum of 10 electrons
f orbitals → can hold a maximum of 14 electrons
Atomic number of Fe = 26 → 26 electrons (neutral element)
Identify the electron configuration of the metal ion in Fe(NO3)3.
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