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What is the magnetic moment of [Mn(NH3)6]+3 and why??

What is the magnetic moment of [Mn(NH3)6]+3 and why??

Grade:12th pass

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Kajal Banga
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4 months ago
Dear student

The oxidation state of Mn in the complex is +3 so the valence shell configuration will be 3d4and the presence of strong ligand like NH3 will pair the 2 electrons to form low spin complex. So Mn will have 2 unpaired electron and magnetic moment can be calculated as
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