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Write electron configurations and count the number of unpaired electrons in:
O, Si, Ni, I, Ir, Bi, Gd

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4. Write electron configurations and count the number of unpaired electrons in:
O, Si, Ni, I, ...

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This solution involves writing electron configurations for various elements.

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