Ch # 6 Transition Elements Short Question

Introduction:

Those elements which have partially filled d or f-subshells in atomic state or in any of their comrnonly occurring oxidation states are called transition ‘elements. The d-block and the f-block elements are called transition elements because they are located between the s and p-block elements, and their properties are in transition between the metallic elements of the s-block and nonmetallic element. of the p-block……………

Contents:

  1. Introduction.
  2. Properties of Transition Elements.
  3. Complex Compounds.
  4. Iron.
  5. Corrosion.
  6. Chromates and Dichromates.
  7. Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4).

In this chapter you will learn:

  1. The definition and classification of transition elements.
  2. The electronic configurations and the general characteristics like colour binding energies, etc.
  3. The definition of a complex compound and the related terms like ligand, coordination number, etc.
  4. The nomenclature and the geometrical shapes of simple complex compounds.
  5. A brief description of the manufacture of wrought iron and steel from iron ore.
  6. How corrosion is caused and the ways to prevent it.
  7. The important methods of preparation of potassium chromate, potassium dichromate, potassium permanganate and their properties.

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