What makes a Transition Metal?

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Transition Metals (TM) are atoms with a partially filled d subshell, They have between 1 and 9 electrons in the d orbital

This gives arise to a number of properties 

-Formed coloured compounds

- Can form ligands

-Variable oxidation states

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