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Q: What happens to ionization energy as atomic Number increases within a group?
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How can you determine whether ionization energy is a periodic function of atomic number?

as atomic number increases, ionization energy also decreases

What increases as you move right across a period in the periodic table?

Atomic number, ionization energy and electronegativity

What happens to the electron configuration as the atomic number increases?

the elctron configuration increases

What happens to the atomic number as you move across a period?

.The atomic mass increases 

How do elements change going down the periodic table?

Down a group, the atomic number generally increases, size increases, ionization energy decreases, reactivity increases.

What happens to the number of electrons in an atom when the atomic number increases?

The atomic number is specific to the element itself - not the quantity. It does not change as you add in more of the element.

What happens to the atomic number as you go across a period?

The atomic number increases as one go across a period.

What happens to the atomic number as you go down the group?

Atomic number increases down the group and along the period as well.

What happens to the atomic radii of the elements as a group is descended?

As we descend down the group, the atomic radii increases. This is because the number of shells increases.

How does the ionization energy vary with atomic number within the group?

Ionization energy decreases with the rise of atomic number in a group of periodic table.

When looking across a period of the periodic table from left to right when happens to the atomic number and electronegativity?

As you move from the left to right, the atomic number increases. Also, the electronegativity increases.

What happens as we move down columns on the periodic table?

As you move down a column (group) in the periodic table, the electronegativity decreases, the ionization energy decreases, the electron affinity decreases, and the atomic radius increases.