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Unformatted text preview: to approach her (thus increasing her attraction to you) explains why the orbital gets smaller in atomic radius as it increases electrons Ionic radius-more negative = bigger badass ex. Arnold -more positive = smaller like brent applies to isoelectronic electrons too Ionization energy/ Electronic Affinity/ nonmetallic character Opposite of atomic radius, same direction as EA (EA must be gaseous) Increases from left to right, and from down to up *Li is more likely than Be to gain an electron to become a full S shell. Flourine is the most EA element, H is the most IE element *high pos. EA means it is very UNLIKELY to gain another e unless energy is provided DRAW IE/ATOMIC RADIUS/ EA trends * Valence electrons is outer electrons, huge jump in IE means that its valance electrons are gone. Based on IE part B *P has a higher IE than S because its half filled p orbital is more stable Ionization energy of Cl vs Li REVIEW 9.7...
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- Spring '10
- Periodic Table, Atomic Radius, ea