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why manganese has lower melting point than vanadium even though it has 5 unpaired electrons?

why manganese has lower melting point than vanadium even though it has 5 unpaired electrons?

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
5 years ago
Due to it electronic configuration and secondly the crystal structure.
And the angular momentum is also zero due to its s – spherical shape.
Half-filled 3d shells have also contributed the part in having lower melting point.

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