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Consider the electronic structure of the element bismuth. a) The first ionization energy of bismuth is Ei1 = +703 kJ / mol.

Consider the electronic structure of the element bismuth.
a) The first ionization energy of bismuth is Ei1 = +703 kJ / mol. What is the longest possible wavelength of light that could ionize an atom of bismuth?
b) Write the electronic configurations of neutral Bi and Bi+ cation.
c) What are the n and l quantum numbers of the electron removed when Bi is ionized to Bi+?
d) Would you expect element 115 to have ionization energy greater than, equal to, or less than that of bismuth? Explain.
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Consider the electronic structure of the element bismuth.
The first ionization energy of bismuth is Ei1 = +703 kJ / mol. What is
the longest possible wavelength of light that could ionize an atom of
bismuth?
Write the electronic configurations of neutral Bi and Bi+ cation.
What are the n and l quantum numbers of the electron removed when Bi is
ionized to Bi+?
Would you expect element 115 to have ionization energy greater than,
equal to, or less than that of bismuth? Explain.

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