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TRANSITION METAL SOLUTIONS-CHARACTERISTIC COLORS<br />
Colors Caused By Nature of the Metal Ion (Variations Available)<br />
The color results from the transition of electrons between the two closely spaced d orbitals. (l-r): Ti3+ (pink/purple), Cr3+ (blue/purple), Mn2 (pale pink), Fe (yellow), Co2 (rose), Ni2 (green), Cu2 (blue/turquoise)

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TRANSITION METAL SOLUTIONS-CHARACTERISTIC COLORS
Colors Caused By Nature of the Metal Ion (Variations Available)
The color results from the transition of electrons between the two closely spaced d orbitals. (l-r): Ti3+ (pink/purple), Cr3+ (blue/purple), Mn2 (pale pink), Fe (yellow), Co2 (rose), Ni2 (green), Cu2 (blue/turquoise)

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