In Which Of The Following Metallic Bond Is Strongest?

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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.

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