Maximum number of unpaired electrons, Chemistry

Which of the following metal ions will have maximum number of unpaired electrons:

(1) Fe+2                              

(2) Co+2                      

(3) Ni+2                        

(4) Mn+2

Ans: Mn+2

 

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