lanthanum and lutetium do not showm coloration in solution
Asked by Hena | 25th Dec, 2015, 10:42: AM
Due to absence of unpaired electrons, they both do not show any coloration in solution.
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 26th Dec, 2015, 11:47: AM
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