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AOIE - 7.56 3.84 Cu 10.7 7.69 3.97 These are one-electron...

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Atomic Orbital Ionization Energies, eV Atom 1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 4s 4p H 13.6 He 24.5 Li 5.45 Be 9.30 B 14.0 8.30 C 19.5 10.7 N 25.5 13.1 O 32.3 15.9 F 46.4 18.7 Ne 48.5 21.5 Na 5.21 Mg 7.68 Al 11.3 5.95 Si 15.0 7.81 P 18.7 10.2 S 20.7 11.7 Cl 25.3 13.8 Ar 29.2 15.9 K 4.34 Ca 6.07 Zn 9.42 Ga 12.6 5.95 Ge 15.6 7.56 As 17.6 9.05 Se 20.8 10.8 Br 24.0 12.5 Kr 27.5 14.3 3d 4s 4p Sc 4.71 5.70 3.22 Ti 5.58 6.07 3.35 V 6.32 6.32 3.47 Cr 7.19 6.57 3.47 Mn 7.93 6.82 3.59 Fe 8.68 7.07 3.72 Co 9.42 7.32 3.84 Ni 10.0
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Unformatted text preview: 7.56 3.84 Cu 10.7 7.69 3.97 These are one-electron ionization energies of the valence orbitals calculated by finding the average energies of both the ground-state and ionized-state configurations. (Harry Gray, “Electrons and Chemical Bonding,” Benjamin, 1964, Appendix)...
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