Match each ionization energy with one of the given

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ionization energy of one is 2080 kJ/mol, and that of the other is 406 kJ/mol. Match eachionization energy with one of the given electron configurations. Justify your choice.1s22s22p63s1406 removing one electron goes down to the next full shell1s22s22p62080 removing one electron takes away an electron from a full shell
2.14Specify which of the following elements you would expect to have the greatest electronaffinity and which would have the least: He, K, Co, S, Cl.He would have the least (filled shell)Cl would have the greatest (gain one electron gives full shell)2.15Arrange the following in order of increasing first ionization energy: F, K, P, Ca, and NeK, Ca, P, F, Ne2.16For each of the following, sketch an outline of a periodic table of elements, and indicate thegeneral trend:• Effective Nuclear Charge(effective nuclear charge increases going up and to theright)• Atomic Radius• First Ionization Energy• Electron AffinityImage from Wiki:

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