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What are all of the irregular electron configurations?

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Excluding the inner transition elements, many of which are weird: Cr,Cu,Nb,Mo,Ru,Rh,Pd,Ag,Pt and Au.
Do you know how these could be done?
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Like how we can find their electronic configration ?

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Yep.. does it have to be memorized, or can you tell by looking at the chart?
  • hba
Yes we have to learn them up but they are tricks to learn them :) Gimme a min lemme draw and show you how to learn :D brb
Ok, thanks
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1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 3d 3f 4s 4p 4d 4f 5s 5p 5d 5f 6s 6p 6d 6f We actually write them up like this and make lines
They can all be rationalized by the unusual stability of a half- or completely-filled d subshell. That results in a predictable transfer of an s electron to the d subshell to make a half- or completely-filled subshell one element early for Cr, Cu, Mo, Ag and Au. The others (Nb,Ru,Rh,Pd,Pt) are just freaks, and you just have to remember them. W is also strange in *not* being strange. Like Cr and Mo, you'd *think* it would be d5,s1 but it's d4,s2. So W is also a freak.
@Carl_Pham Thank you so much!

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