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What are some paramagnetic inner transition metals?

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    Would Mo, or Ti count?

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    No, those are transition metals, but I don't know which ones are paramagnetic in the inner transition metals. The inner transition metals are the metals located in the two rows at the bottom of the periodic table, because they do not fit in the regular table. (two rows separately below the rest of the table)

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    If we go by the definition of paramagnetism occurring because of unpaired electrons, then all of the 4f transition metals are paramagnetic except Yb and all of the 5f metals except No. You can look up the electron configuration at webelements com.

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    Thank you, drbob222

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    and bobpursley

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