List the following gas-phase ion pairs in order of the quantity of energy released when

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Problem 109

List the following gas-phase ion pairs in order of the quantity of energy released when they form from separated gas-phase ions. Start with the pair that releases the least energy. Na+F-, Mg2+F-, Na+O2-, Mg2+O2-, Al3+O2-.

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2) The nitrogenous bases always pair adenine­thymine and cytosine­guanine. This base pairing ensures perfect replication of DNA. However, if there is a "misreading" of the bases, it can cause a genetic mutation to occur, which will then be passed on to all...

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Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780321809247

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