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Why Vanadium in +2 oxidation state undergo oxidation though it has stable half filled t2g configuration?

Why Vanadium in +2 oxidation state undergo oxidation though it has stable half filled t2g configuration?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Robin Chourasia
askIITians Faculty 9 Points
7 years ago
As Vanadium has 5 valence electrons it can have oxidation states upto +5.

In +2 state the vanadium has d3 configuration which tries to loose more electron to gain stable E C of argon.

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Robin
askiitian Faculty

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