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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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I realise that there is a similar question here Difference between sodium ion and a transition metal ion dissolving in water? and it seems to answer my question, however I was reading about how alumin …
asked Mar 21 '15 by Meep
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For instance, copper can form $\ce{[Cu(H2O)6]^2+}$ so it accepts 6 electron pairs from $\ce{H2O}$ molecules to form dative covalent bonds. However it has one electron in the 4s subshell and 10 in the …
asked Mar 21 '15 by Meep
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In terms of electronegativity, from what I understand electronegativity increases going across the period, so surely this should mean that zinc less readily loses its outer shell electrons than copper …
asked Feb 16 '15 by Meep
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From what I understand, adding $\ce{NaOH}$ to a solution containing transition metal ions gives transition metal hydroxide precipitates. Why is $\ce{NaOH}$ soluble but transition metal hydroxides inso …
asked Mar 21 '15 by Meep