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I want to know that Sn2+ is more stable or Sn4+??? And what about stability of Pb2+ and Pb4+?

I want to know that Sn2+ is more stable or Sn4+??? And what about stability of Pb2+ and Pb4+?

Grade:11

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
Sn2+ is more less stable than Sn4+
 
 

THIS IS DUE TO INERT PAIR EFFECT

INERT PAIR EFFECT IS THERMODYANAMICALLY UNFAVOURED EXCITATION OF 6P ORBITAL ELECTRONS THIS IS APPLICABLE FOR OTHER ATOMS OF 6P SERIES LIKE PB ETC

 

THIS IS DUE TO LESS SCREENINNG ABILITY OF F ORBITAL.

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