Is fluorine acts as strong field ligand in higher oxidation state . Is it true or not . Explain?

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Aakash Pandey
Jan 18, 2019
The highest oxidation states correspond to empty or nearly empty d subshells (as the patterns of d orbitals are called). These states are generally stabilized most effectively by small negative ligands, such as fluorine and oxygen atoms, which possess unshared electron pairs.

The highest oxidation states correspond to empty or nearly empty d subshells (as the patterns of d orbitals are called). These states are generally stabilized most effectively by small negative ligands, such as fluorine and oxygen atoms, which possess unshared electron pairs.
The highest oxidation states correspond to empty or nearly empty d subshells (as the patterns of d orbitals are called). These states are generally stabilized most effectively by small negative ligands, such as fluorine and oxygen atoms, which possess unshared electron pairs.