Shristy Maurya Asked a Question
June 3, 2020 10:45 pmpts 30 pts
the compound which does not show paramagnetism is.... answer this with explaination
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  • Suman Kumar
    Please accept my answer Dear ūüôŹ
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  • Suman Kumar
    See this No dimer
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  • Suman Kumar
    Cu¬≤+ is d‚ĀĻ configuration. it has unpaired eletron. NO & NO2 too have unpaired eletron.
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    Shristy Maurya
    but option (D) is correct
  • Lingareddy
    The shape of [Cu(NH3‚Äč)4‚Äč]2+ is square planer Cu2+ has electronic configuration 3d94s04p0. The electronic rearrange to 3d84s04p1 giving dsp2 hybridisation i.e square planer structur...
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  • Lingareddy
    NO has an odd number of electrons and, therefore, must be paramagnetic. e. CO is diamagnetic because all of its electrons are paired.
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  • Lingareddy
    Paramagnetism is due to the presence of at least one unpaired electron in the molecule. ... Though NO2 is paramagnetic, its dimer, N2O4, is diamagnetic
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  • Suman Kumar thankyou
    Check unpaired eletron Shristy. Compound which doesn't have unpaired eletron will not show paramagnetism.
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    Suman Kumar
    Ag complex will not show paramagnetism