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binding energy depends on number of unpaired electrons mangnese has more number of unpaired electrons then why its binding energy is low.. please help.!!

binding energy depends on number of unpaired electrons mangnese has more number of unpaired electrons then why its binding energy is low.. please help.!!

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Om agrawal
14 Points
5 months ago
Manganise have unusual crystal structure 
Thats why though manganese have more freee e it has low atomisation energy and  binding energy
Munazza
15 Points
one month ago
Manganese has 5 unpaired es and binding energy is directly proportional to free es but Mangenese has still low binding energy the reason is that due to stable electronic configuration of Mangenese 4s2 3d5 it will not easily lose its electrons so the es of MN will not be readily available that's why it has low Binding energy..

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