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For questions about the characteristic physical properties, chemical reactions, etc. of d-block elements, group 3-12, or their compounds. Do not use this tag if your questions is about general properties of metals, use [metal] instead. Also see [rare-earth-elements].

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Is it something to do with the d orbital being used, and if so, what effect does this have and why does it make the electronegativity higher?
asked Aug 17 '16 by Genny Murphy
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I was wondering why the electronegativity among transition metals are so similar. I can't find anything on the internet, just vague answers about the d orbitals that don't seem to provide a sufficient …
asked Aug 25 '16 by Genny Murphy