|f22+ paramagnetic or diamagnetic||1.57||0.1||8862||85|
|f2 paramagnetic diamagnetic||1.51||0.5||8771||14|
|f2 paramagnetic or diamagnetic||0.47||0.9||920||4|
|paramagnetic vs diamagnetic f2||1.45||0.9||8457||37|
|f22+ is paramagnetic or diamagnetic||0.58||0.9||2555||70|
|paramagnetic or diamagnetic f2||1.37||0.7||7266||36|
Paramagnetism is normally stronger than diamagnetism, and the effect varies inversely with temperature. Below the Curie temperature, certain paramagnetic materials exhibit ferromagnetism. Examples of paramagnetic materials at room temperature include aluminum (Al), manganese (Mn), platinum (Pt), oxygen (gas and liquid), and rare earth ions.Is F2 non polar?
F2 is non polar because both the bonding atoms are same thus there is no electronegativity difference between the atoms. Thus the electron pair will lie exactly in the middle of the two atoms thus there is no generation of poles. That is why F2 is non polar.