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The number of d-electrons in $${F}{e}^{{{2}+}}{\left({Z}={26}\right)}$$ is not equal to that of :
(A) p-electrons in $${N}{e}{\left({Z}={10}\right)}$$
(B) p-electrons in $${M}{e}{\left({Z}={12}\right)}$$
(C) p-electrons in $${F}{e}{\left({Z}={26}\right)}$$
(D) p-electrons in $${C}{l}{\left({Z}={17}\right)}$$
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## QuestionChemistryClass 11

The number of d-electrons in $${F}{e}^{{{2}+}}{\left({Z}={26}\right)}$$ is not equal to that of :
(A) p-electrons in $${N}{e}{\left({Z}={10}\right)}$$
(B) p-electrons in $${M}{e}{\left({Z}={12}\right)}$$
(C) p-electrons in $${F}{e}{\left({Z}={26}\right)}$$
(D) p-electrons in $${C}{l}{\left({Z}={17}\right)}$$

$${F}{e}^{{{2}+}}$$ has six d-electrons : Cl has $${12}$$ p-electrons .