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    (Original post by Hiyoriiki)
    seriously?
    yes
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    (Original post by dpoojaraa)
    Isotopes can still have different number of electrons, can't they?
    no removing electrons become like ionization
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    (Original post by NoGoodNamesNGL)
    Forget commas.
    I've seen better sentence structure from a 5 year old.
    ur syntax is f*** up
    its not sentence structure its called syntax
    fob!
    little whimp outta no where
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    okay guys for the question why aluminum has higher 4th and 3rd ionisation energy than first and second
    i said in first and secoond electrons are removed from orbital i cant really remeber its name good loolz
    and this is far from nucleus and its not full however in 3rd and 4th electrons are removed from innershielding electrons 2p orbital which are close to the nucleus and are full and stable
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    sorry I know that was rude..
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    (Original post by a.adi1998)
    okay guys for the question why aluminum has higher 4th and 3rd ionisation energy than first and second
    i said in first and secoond electrons are removed from orbital i cant really remeber its name good loolz
    and this is far from nucleus and its not full however in 3rd and 4th electrons are removed from innershielding electrons 2p orbital which are close to the nucleus and are full and stable
    I wrote due to different shells like last two were 3p and and 3s while 3rd nd 4rth were from 3s and 2p the shells are different like 2,3 while 1st and second frm same shell
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    (Original post by MrBioBombastic)
    I wrote due to different shells like last two were 3p and and 3s while 3rd nd 4rth were from 3s and 2p the shells are different like 2,3 while 1st and second frm same shell
    bro i wrote like this idk i mentioned 2p orbital and 3s orbital and that 3p is full and inner shell
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    (Original post by a.adi1998)
    bro i wrote like this idk i mentioned 2p orbital and 3s orbital and that 3p is full and inner shell
    it means bro ur answer is right cheers !
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    (Original post by MrBioBombastic)
    I wrote due to different shells like last two were 3p and and 3s while 3rd nd 4rth were from 3s and 2p the shells are different like 2,3 while 1st and second frm same shell
    btw he asked for whats reason for greater difference b/w 3rd and 4rth and smaller difference b/w 1st and 2nd
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    (Original post by omar5478)
    I cant find this in neither the syllabus nor the past papers, how did you know that ??
    same. i didnt see that before and i even read the spec
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    (Original post by MrBioBombastic)
    sorry I know that was rude..
    No problem mate, just be a bit less aggressive next time. I Wish you the best of luck with the upcoming exams.
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    (Original post by Bliss_)
    same. i didnt see that before and i even read the spec
    guys there is no need to get scared. The space was actually for the students who wanted to write
    M+ (g) - e ------> M2+ (g)
    that's it
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    guys there is no need to get scared. The space was actually for the students who wanted to write
    M+ (g) - e ------> M2+ (g)
    that's it
    They asked for the first ionization energy. Sample atoms are bomarderd with electrons first to form positively charged ions.

    Such that :

    M + e- -----> M+ + 2e-
    (g) (g)
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    (Original post by Sunethra)
    They asked for the first ionization energy. Sample atoms are bomarderd with electrons first to form positively charged ions.

    Such that :

    M + e- -----> M+ + 2e-
    (g) (g)
    um i think they asked for second ionization energy
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    (Original post by Sunethra)
    They asked for the first ionization energy. Sample atoms are bomarderd with electrons first to form positively charged ions.

    Such that :

    M + e- -----> M+ + 2e-
    (g) (g)
    Yes I think you are right. I wrote M(g) ---> M+(g) + e
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    um i think they asked for second ionization energy
    If I remember right I think they asked for the first ionization energy mate.
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    (Original post by Sunethra)
    If I remember right I think they asked for the first ionization energy mate.
    They actually asked for the "simplest" ionisation energy. Apparently, none of us ever heard about this before.
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    (Original post by omar5478)
    They actually asked for the "simplest" ionisation energy. Apparently, none of us ever heard about this before.
    Oh yes that's right. Now I remember We haven't done that either. But before the exam I was going through some textbooks and they gave the equation for the first/ simplest ionization energy
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    (Original post by Sunethra)
    Oh yes that's right. Now I remember We haven't done that either. But before the exam I was going through some textbooks and they gave the equation for the first/ simplest ionization energy
    (Original post by omar5478)
    They actually asked for the "simplest" ionisation energy. Apparently, none of us ever heard about this before.
    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    um i think they asked for second ionization energy
    http://www2.chemistry.msu.edu/facult...c/masspec1.htm
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    (Original post by omar5478)
    No problem mate, just be a bit less aggressive next time. I Wish you the best of luck with the upcoming exams.
    thanks man ! best of luck !
 
 
 
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