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Describe how the ionization energies of the ions vary with

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Problem 96

Describe how the ionization energies of the ions vary with atomic number.

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Spencer Kociba CHEM 101 Lecture notes Lecture 10/11/16 ○ Nuclear charge increases as the distance between the electron of interest and the nucleus decreases ● “D” has 5 pairs of electrons→ 10 electrons in each d level ● 1s 2s 2 p 3s 3p 2 ○ 1s through 2p are the core electrons, 3s and 3 p are the valence electrons (outermost shell) ● ***NOTE d orbitals are not included in valence electron count ○ Ex. ...4s 3d3 → the number of valence electrons=2 ○ (only s and p levels count for the valence electrons) ● D block= Rows 4­7, Columns 3­12 ● F block=Atomic numbers 58­10

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