MSE160 2014 Quiz 1 (Ver.1) Solutions

Using this model calculate the fifth ionization energy

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Unformatted text preview: k] Na 3. The allowed energies of an electron in the Bohr model for Hydrogen, given by En =- b/n2, where b = 2.18x10- 18 J can be generalized to any one electron atom or ion with atomic number Z by the expression En =- bZ2/n2. Using this model, calculate the fifth ionization energy of B in kJ/mol. [4 marks] Boron (B) has five electrons, therefore the fifth ionization energy would be the energy required to remove the last electron. At this...
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