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unpaired electrons in an atom of Te;

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Tellurium (Te) has an atomic number of 52; thus, its electron configuration is:

[Kr] 4d105s25p4[\text{Kr}]\space 4\text{d}^{10}5\text{s}^{2}5\text{p}^{4}

Although 5p subshell is not completely filled, it still has no unpaired electrons. Therefore, there are no unpaired electrons in the Te atom.

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