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How is the n value of the d sublevel of a transition element related to the period number of the element?

$\begin {array} {1 1} \text{It is always one less than the period number value} \\ \text{It is equal to the d value} \\ \text{It is greater than the period number by one} \\ \text{We cannot say from the information given} \end {array}$

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Answer: It is always one less than the period number
The periodic table consists of sublevel blocks arranged in order of increasing energy.
For d-block elements, this sublevel is (n-1), 1 less than the period number
answered Aug 2, 2014 by balaji.thirumalai
 

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