1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Which of the following are true for the Crystal Field Model of an octahedral complex ion? Consider ions to be from first-row transition metals. a) Two of the 3d orbitals point directly at ligands b) t2 orbitals are less stable than e orbitals c) A large crystal field splitting energy results in a diamagnetic complex d) The high-spin case gives maximum unpaired electrons e) For a given ligand, Fe3+ increases splitting less than Fe2+ f) Cl- causes a greater increase in the crystal field splitting enery than does H2O g) The splitting of energy (E) of 3d orbitals occurs in the ligands 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I put acde and I am pretty sure I am right, what am I doing wrong?