Asked in Chemistry
What is the ka of the first ionization of h3po4 if you initially had 0.58 m of phosphoric acid and your pH at equilibrium is 3?
Asked in Acids and Bases
What ionization constant is the largest for phosphoric acid?
First because the later ones are trying to take more H plus ions from an already negative ion, which is harder. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
Relationships between Atomic radius and first ionization energy?
Atomic radius is inversely proportional to first ionization energy. As atomic radius increases, first ionization energy decreases. ...
Asked in Periodic Table, Elements and Compounds
How does first ionization energy change going down and across the periodic table?
In a group the first ionization energy decrease going down. In a period the first ionization energy increase from left to right. ...
Whose first ionization energy is higher oxygen or carbon?
The first ionization energy for carbon is 1 086,5 kJ/mol. The first ionization energy for oxygen is 1 319,9 kJ/mol. ...
Why is the second ionization higher than the first ionization?
Second ionization coefficient is NOT higher than the first ionization coefficient. Matter a fact, when compared to the first it could be neglected, but the number of electrons captured from cathode surface by positive ions can not be neglected, there lays its significance. ...
Asked in Periodic Table
Has the highest first ionization energy in the periodic table?
Helium (He) has the highest first ionization energy. Ionization energy increase as you go across the periodic table from left to right ...
Asked in Biochemistry
Which element has the larger ionization energy magnesium or phosphorus?
First ionization energy of magnesium = 870/ kj/mol First ionization energy of phosphorous = 589 kj/mol So, magnesium has the larger ionization energy required to pull the first valance electron. Do you know why? ...