Problem: When the species F -, Na+, and Ne are arranged in order of increasing energy for the removal of an electron, what is the correct order?a) F - < Na+ < Neb) F - < Ne < Na +c) Na+ <Ne < F -d) Ne < F - < Na+

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When the species F -, Na+, and Ne are arranged in order of increasing energy for the removal of an electron, what is the correct order?

a) F < Na+ < Ne

b) F - < Ne < Na +

c) Na+ <Ne < F -

d) Ne < F - < Na+

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