Calculate the spin only moment for ti3+

Electronic configuration for Ti3+ is 3d1 which means it has only one electron in the outermost shell. Hence from the formula, magnetic moment = [n(n+2)]^1/2. In this case, n=1 and hence magnetic moment= 1.75
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Electronic configuration of Ti = [Ar]4s​23d2

Ti3+ which means it loses three electrons from outermost orbit therefore the configuration becomes

Ti3+ = [Ar]3d​1 ------ which means outermost shell has 1 electron

Spin only formula=

where n =1 for Ti3+



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Calculate the spin only magnetic moment of Ti3+
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