Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals. P 83. What is different about transition metals?.
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Transition metals are located in the “d” block on the periodic table. Since they are filling the energy level that is NOT valence, there is some instability in the electrons… they sometimes will move into the valance rather than the “d” sublevel.
Due to this, transition metals will often have more than one charge. For example, Iron can have either a +2 or +3 charge.
Therefore, the rules for naming transition metals must consider the charge of the transition metal as part of the name