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The third ionization energy of iron is lower than the third ionization energy of manganese, contrary to the expected periodic trend. Suggest an explanation as to why this occurs.

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Electronic configuration of Mn(2+) is [Ar] 3d5
Half filled orbitals are more stable so here 3d sub shell is...

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