CBSE Class 12 Chemistry Worksheet - Transition Elements

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TRANSITION ELEMENTS

Q1. Give reasons for the following:-

(a) As compared to elements of the first transition series, heavier transition metals of second & third transition series show more frequent metal – metal bonding.

(b)Elements of second and third d series have similar radii.

(c)The unipositive transition metal ion have dn configuration.

(d)Scandium (II) is virtually unknown.

(e)Titanium (IV) is more stable than Titanium (II) or Titanium (III).

(f) Oxidation states in transition elements vary from each other by unity (eg V(II) V(III) V(IV) V(V) whereas oxidation states of non transition states normally differ by a unit of two.

(g)In non transition elements; lower transition state is favoured by heavier elements whereas in transition elements higher transition state is favoured by heavier elements.

(h)E0M+2 /M value for Mn, Ni & Zn is more negative expected.

(i) Highest Mn fluoride is MnF4 with Mn in +4 O.S. whereas highest Mn oxide is Mn2O7 with Mn in +7 O.S.

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