Arrange The Elements In Decreasing Order Of First Ionization Energy
Arrange the elements in the order of the first ionization energy. Would you rate the first ionization from high to low? 3
Arrange the elements in the order of the first ionization energy. Rate the first ionization energy from the lowest to the lowest. If, Dalam, CS, G.
When I tried to solve the problem I found out it was Cs, In, Se, Ge, but it tells me I'm wrong, any other ideas?
Arrange the elements in the order of the first ionization energy.
Element X 112 pm radius
The radius of the Y element is 185pm
Element z radius 275 hrs
The first ionization energy rating to the maximum
_____ First of all, the answer to your second question: the chemical question of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, please help! Tried to solve 4 times !? 9% uncertainty also enters the equation. Unsuccessful best respondent gave this answer, so the uncertainty is 3.0 E10 m or 3.0 E4 m or 3.0 Angstrom.
Here: The first ionization energy loss is inversely proportional to the atomic radius: ioniz275 <ioniz185 <ioniz112
Included in the first ionization drop (from source)
SE 9,752 (radius of 1.4)
Ge 7,899 (radius 1.37)
5.786 inches (1.66 radius)
CS 3.894 (radius 2.67)