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Grade: 12

                        

cu has two states i.e cu+ and cu2+ but in case of cu+ it has completely filled d orbitals and in case of cu2+ it has 9 electron in d orbital but inspite of this it is considered as stable ..why >as we see that it has incomplete d orbitals and cu+has completely filled d orbitals

9 months ago

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Shivananda Nayak
askIITians Faculty
15 Points
							cu in +2 state is more stable than cu in +1 state.
cu in +2 state has small size and high positive charge density. So it undergoes hydration to the maximum extent in aqeous solution and makes +2 state more stable.
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