Question

In which of the following metallic bond is strongest?

Solution

Correct option is

Cr

Strength of metallic bond depends upon number of unpaired electron. As number of unpaired electron increases, the bond strength increases, So, Cr, Mo, W show stronger bonding due to maximum number of unpaired electrons.

SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

Nessler’s reagent is

Q2

Coinage metals show the properties of

Q3

Which of the following elements does not belong to the first transition series?

Q4

Zinc does not show variable valency like d-block elements because

Q5

Which of the following statements is not true in regard to transition elements?

Q6

The catalytic activity of the transition metals and their compounds is ascribed to their

Q7

Cuprous ion is colourless, while cupric ion is coloured because

Q8

 

Of the ions Zn2+, Ni2+ and Cr3+,

(atomic number of Zn = 30, Ni = 28, Cr = 24)

Q9

Which of the following ions has the highest magnetic moment?

Q10

Which of the following elements has the maximum first ionization potential?