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Answered 2017-09-23 12:07:58

First ionization energy is the energy required to remove the first outermost electron from an atom. The second ionization energy is the energy required to remove the next available electron, and is greater than the first IE. The third IE is that energy needed to remove the third electron, and is greater the the second IE.

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Answered 2017-11-12 03:55:11

all the numbers that are in an atom

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How do you find valence electron number based on ionization energy?

Just see where there is a significant jump in the ionization energies. For example, if the first ionization is 456 and the second is 4996, you know that there is one valence electron. Then you have to check the others, consecutively, for any other valence electrons. Hope this helps!


Why there is big gap between first and second ionization energies?

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Out of carbon and fluorine and hydrogen and nitrogen and aluminum which element has the highest value for the first ionization energy?

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Why is the second ionization higher than the first ionization?

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Why is the second ionization energy higher then the first?

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How is the second ionization energy level different from the first ionization energy?

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