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Why Cesium atomic number 55 requires energy to release its one electron present in the outermost shell?
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Asked in Chemistry
Why cesium requires little energy to release its one elecron of outermost shell?
Why Cesium atomic number 55 requires little energy to release its one electron present in the outer most shell?
Asked in Science, Cellular Respiration
What type of cellular respiration requires oxygen?
Aerobic respiration is the type of cellular respiration that requires oxygen. This process involves the release of glucose for energy. Aerobic respiration requires oxygen to be present because it is the final electron acceptor at the end of the electron transport chain. If it is not present, then the electron can not go through the chain and fermentation will cycle instead. Fermentation is much more inefficient in producing ATP (a differenence of 32 ATP).
Which electron transition results in the emission of energy?
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
Why energy is released when an electron is added to the outermost shell of an atom in gaseous state?
All electron shells represent an energy level - it doesn't matter if its the outermost shell or not. In order for there to be a release of energy the electron has to be coming from a higher energy state. The only energy state higher than the outer-most electron shell would be a free electron. The only way an electron becomes a free electron is that sufficient was provided to lift it from what-ever electron shell (energy level) it was previously in to escape velocity. The energy that it then releases in returning is then this exact same amount of energy.
Either cellular respiration or fermentation can be used to release energy depending on the presence of carbohydrates?
No. Either cellular repsiration or fermentation can be used to release energy depending on the presence or absense of oxygen. When oxygen is present, it acts as the terminal electron acceptor in cellular repritation, followed by the release of energy When there is no oxygen present, other organic molecules (like lactic acid) accept the terninal electron and energy is generated
What is the release high energy electron from the nucleus?
Asked in Chemistry
How does tendency to lose electrons vary in a group and why?
Compare the outermost electrons of an atom with the inner electrons of an atom in terms of energy.?
What does an atom release when it gains an electron?
Asked in Particle Physics
What happens to potential energy when a proton is brought closer to an electron?
Since a proton and electron have opposite charges, they attract each other and it requires work or an addition of energy to separate them against this attractive force. The act of bringing them closer together - it wouldn't matter if the electron was brought closer to a proton or a proton to an electron - would release the same amount of energy, and would thus reduce the potential energy.
Compare the outermost electrons of an atom with the inner electrons of an atom in terms of energy?
Does chlorine attract of release electron and if so how many are involved?
Asked in Chemistry, Periodic Table
How do you move in periodic table to know if it is electron affinity?
Electron affinity is the change in energy when a new electron is added to the atom making it a negative ion. All the metals (elements on the left side) wants to loose electrons to be in the noble gas notation but electron affinity is adding an electron, so it would require lots of energy to add electron(s). Because it requires energy to add electrons, the answer would be negative. All the non-metals, on the other hand, tends to accept electron(s) to achieve the noble gas notation. When electron(s) is/are added to the atom, they would release energy, so the answer would be positive.
Asked in Atoms and Atomic Structure
How does an electron in a atom absorb and release energy?
When electrons either absorb or release energy they do it by means of photons, which can be thought of as little packets of electromagnetic energy. If a photon strikes an electron, the electron will absorb it, and will gain energy (which might cause it to leave the atom, or to assume a higher orbit). If an electron releases energy, the energy appears in the form of a photon which is emitted by the electron (and the electron will fall to a lower orbit).
Asked in Biochemistry
What is the electron trasnsport chain?
in electron trasport chain NADH and FADH2 release electron and hydrogen ions. these electron are taken up by a series of electron carriers.when electron move through the series of electron carrier they lose energy,which is used to synthesize ATP molecules .at the end of the chain electron and hydrogen ions combine to form water.
Asked in Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
Would an electron have to absorb or release energy to jump from the second energy level to the third level?
Asked in Chemistry
When an electron is excited does it release energy?
Asked in Biology, Elections and Voting
What is required to start the hydrogen and electron transport system?
Asked in Quantum Mechanics
What is the binding energy of electron in an atom?