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Chapter 4 (4.7 – 4.9) Chapters 8 (8.1-8.2; 8.5) Chapter 18 (18.3 – 18.5) Transition–Metals and Coordination Complexes d-block elements: M Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry Filling d -orbital shells 3 d 4 d 5 d Filling f -orbital shells 3d d-block elements: M M n+ ne oxidation state transition metals readily ionize, and can lose multiple electrons Chapter 4 (4.7 – 4.9) Chapters 8 (8.1-8.2; 8.5) Chapter 18 (18.3 – 18.5) Transition–Metals and Coordination Complexes Standard Reduction Potentials M n+ + ne - M Redox potentials ( ! °) for 1st-row transition metals in aqueous solutions: Ti 2+ + 2e - Ti -1.63V V 2+ + 2e - V -1.2V Mn 2+ + 2e - Mn -1.18V Cr 2+ + 2e - Cr -0.91V Zn 2+ + 2e - Zn -0.76V Fe 2+ + 2e - Fe -0.44V Co 2+ + 2e - Co -0.28V Ni 2+ + 2e - Ni -0.23V Cu 2+ + 2e - Cu 0.34V reducing ability
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Oxidation States +1 up to +7 are observed, with +2 and +3 most common, especially for elements to the right (Fe, Co, Ni). Cu can only form +2, +1; Zn only +2. As the oxidation state is increased, the d
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