Problem: Which of the following correctly represents the second ionization of calcium? a. Ca (g) → Ca + (g) + e b. Ca + (g) → Ca 2+ (g) + e c. Ca - (g)  + e → Ca 2- (g) d. Ca + (g)  + e → Ca 2+ (g)  e. Ca + (g)  +  e → Ca (g)

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Which of the following correctly represents the second ionization of calcium?

a. Ca (g) → Ca + (g) + e

b. Ca + (g) → Ca 2+ (g) + e

c. Ca - (g)  + e → Ca 2- (g)

d. Ca + (g)  + e → Ca 2+ (g) 

e. Ca + (g)  +  e → Ca (g)

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