Transition metals have high enthalpies of atomization.

Transition elements have unpaired electrons. More the number of unpaired electrons more will be the enthalpy of atomization.

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 Transition elements have high effective nuclear charge and a large number of valence electrons. Therefore, they form very strong metallic bonds. As a result, the enthalpy of atomization of transition metals is high. 

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due to overlap of unpaired electrons between different atom..... strong metallic bonding. both of these conditions are at middle so there is the maximum enthalpi of atomisatoin

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ransition elements have high effective nuclear charge and a large number of valence electrons. Therefore, they form very strong metallic bonds or metal-metal bonding. As a result, the enthalpy of atomisation of transition metals is high.

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Transition elements generally have number of unpaired electrons which results in strong metallic bonding.Hence they have high enthalpy of atomization.
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Transiton metal have high enthalpy of atomisation due to presence of strong metallic bond...knowledge point..more the number of d-electrons loses more the metallic character.
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Transition element has high enthalpy of atomisation because transition element has more number of unpaired electron.
So more the no. of unpaired electrons more is the enthalpy of atomisation .!!!!
 
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If we move from.left to right no of unpaired electron . increases so no of bond formation increasaes so it nedd more energy
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Because of large number of unpaired electrons in their atoms they have stronger interatomic interaction and hence stronger bonding between atoms resulting in higher enthalpies of atomisation.
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Becoz they have large no. of valence electrons , hence stronger bonding leading to high energy of atomization.
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Mn2+ has more stable configuration than Mn3+ while Fe3+ has more stable configuration than Fe2+ consequently , large third ionisation enthalpy is required to change Mn2+ to Mn3+.As E0 is the sum of enthalpy of atomisation, ionization enthalpy and hydration enthalpy therefore E0 for Mn3+/Mn2+ couple is more positive than Fe3+/Fe2+ or Cr3+/Cr2+.☺️
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Cr2+ is reducing as it's configuration changes from d4 to d3 , latter having a half filled t2g level. On the other hand,the change from Mn2+ to Mn3+ results in the half -filled (d5) configuration which has extra stability.
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What is t2g explain briefly?
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due to presence of unpaired electron transition elements form strong metallic bond therefore having high enthalpy of atomization
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Greater the number of unpaired electrons, stronger the inter-atomic interaction, stronger the metallic bond, and hence higher the enthalpy of atomization.
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They have large number of unpaired electron due to which interatomic interaction is high and hence there is strong bonding between atoms which results in higher enthalpies of atomisation!
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because of large number of unpaired electrons in their atoms they stronger interatomic interaction and hence strongest bonding between atoms. so it has higher enthalpies of atomisation.
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it is due to strong metallic bondind and additional covalent bonding due to presence of unpaired electrons in d-orbitals due to which they have high lattice energy and consequently, high enthalpy of atomisation.
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why do transition elements have radioactive effects?
 
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Because these element have more mobile/free electron .
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transition metals have high enthalpy of atomisation because they have unpaired electrons in their d orbital as a result of which its effective nuclear charge increases and hence enthalpy of atomisation increases.
 
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because they have large Number of unpaired electrons
Enthalpy of atomization is the energy required to break the metal lattice into individual atoms
so due to large number of unpaired electrons large energy is required this energy is the enthalpy of atomization hence it is large
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because they have unpaired electron which will participate in  the bonding and make the bonding strong hence the enthalpy of atomization high
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Because they have greater number of lone pair which provide strong intermettalic bond
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because they have large number of valence electron and high effective nuclear charge due to this they form strong metallic bonds
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Answer:?Transition elements have?a large number of valence electrons and?high?effective nuclear charge. Due to this, they form very strong metallic bonds. As a result of this, the?enthalpy of atomisation?oftransition metals?is?high.
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Answer:?Transition elements have?a large number of valence electrons and?high?effective nuclear charge. Due to this, they form very strong metallic bonds. As a result of this, the?enthalpy of atomisation?oftransition metals?is?high.
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Answer:?Transition elements have?a large number of valence electrons and?high?effective nuclear charge. Due to this, they form very strong metallic bonds. As a result of this, the?enthalpy of atomisation?oftransition metals?is?high.
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Because Transition metal contain large number of valence electron, strong bond enthalpy, hogh metallic bond. So transition metal have high enthalpy of atomisation.
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Ya correct. because they have more no. of unpaired electrons. thats why metallic bonding is very strong between them.
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Because transitional metals have a large number of unpaired electrons in there atom and have stronger interatomic interaction and hence have stronger bonding which results in higher enthalpies of atomisation
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The high enthalpies of atomization are due to large number of unpaired electrons in their atoms.Therefore,they have stronger interatomic interactions and hence,stronger bonding between atoms.Thus,they have high enthalpies of atomization.
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As transition metals have high effective nuclear charge due to more no of electrons and hence gave more atomisation energy .
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One of d reason might be d formation of interstitial compounds......
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1 of d reasons might be d formation of interstitial compunds
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Because they have unpaired electronsin d orbital.....their effective nuclear charge is more....hence form strong metallic bonds...thus they have high enthalpy of atomization
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because they have high electronegativity
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Dear the student , the answer for your question is;
due to variable unpaired valence electrons present in the series the enthalpy of atomisation is high;
and Mg^2+ has the maximum enthalpy of atomization and Zn^2+ has the minimum enthalpy of atomization ;
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Transition elements have high effective nuclear charge and a large number of valence electrons. Therefore, they form very strong metallic bonds. As a result, the enthalpy of atomization of transition metals is high.
OR  Enthalpy of atomisation is directly proportional to lone pair of electrons in its valence shell.

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Due to high melting point of transition metals it is hard to break their strong metal metal bonding thus they have high enthalpy of atomization to break these strong bonds
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in transition metal, there exists number unpaired electrons due to which the forces between increases which leads to increased enthalpy of atomisation.
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Because they have unpaired electrons in their d-orbitals as a result of which its effective nuclear charge increases as a result they form very strong metallic bonds and hence enthalpy of atomization increases
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Transition elements have high effective nuclear charge and a large number of valence electrons. Therefore, they form metallic bonds. So enthalpy of atomization of transition metals is very high.


#. The enthalpies of atomisation of the elments in the first transition series are lower than those of the correspondingl elements in the seconde and third transion series.
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Transition elements have high effective nuclear charge and a large no. Of valence electrons therefore, they form very strong metallic bonds which results in high enthalpies of atomization..
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Transition elements have high effective nuclear charge and a large number of valence electrons. Therefore, they form very strong metallic bonds which results in high enthalpies of atomisation.
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Due to large number of unpaired electrons
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it is because from left to right the nuclear charge increases and unpaired electron also increases from 1 to five therefore they will be having greater in the atomic interaction which causes grey metallic bonding therefore to break the strong metallic Bond we need hire in Alleppey of atomic station
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As transition metals have unpaired electrons and the interatomic interaction is strong because of more unpaired electrons are available for bonding.So enthalpy of atomisation will be high for transition metals
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