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Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy

Q. 5. Why does silver (Ag) readily lose an electron from the s subshell before losing an electron from the d subshell before losing an electron from the d subshell when forming the Ag^+ ion? And what does it have to do with stability?

Solved • Mar 2, 2020

Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy

Q. 4. Why is the second ionization energy of lithium so 'unusually' larger than the first ionization? Why isn't the third ionization energy for lithium so 'unusually large' compared to the second ionization energy?

Solved • Mar 2, 2020

Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy

Q. 2. Arrange the following elements in terms of increasing first ionization energy (arrange them increasing from left [smallest] to right [largest]): Ga, F, S, Fr, Ba

Solved • Mar 2, 2020

Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy

Q. 3. Explain why only four ionization energies are listed for Beryllium in the table listing ionization energies of elements.

Solved • Mar 2, 2020

Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy

Q. Arrange the elements Li, Ne, Na, and Ar in increasing order of the energy required to remove the first electron from their respective gaseous atoms

Solved • Mar 23, 2020

Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy

Q. Which Ionization process requires the most energy? A.) C3+(g) -> C4+ (g)+e- B) C+(g) -> C2+(g)+e- C) C2+(g)-> C3+ (g)+e- D) C(g) -> C+ (g) + e-

Solved • Mar 10, 2020

Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy

Q. A Venus probe detects an element with a first ionization energy of 2088 kJ/mol. Given the table of known ionization energies provided in the introduction, what is the most likely identity of this element? a) Fe b) Rb c) Ne d) Hg

Solved • Feb 24, 2020