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Problem 8.29

Write the ground-state electron configurations of the following transition metal ions: (a) Sc31, (b) Ti41, (c) V51, (d) Cr31, (e) Mn21, (f) Fe21, (g) Fe31, (h) Co21, (i) Ni21, (j) Cu1, (k) Cu21, (l) Ag1, (m) Au1, (n) Au31, (o) Pt21.

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