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An energy of 24.6 ev is required to remove one electron from neutral Helium atom the energy required to remove both the electron is?

An energy of 24.6 ev is required to remove one electron from neutral Helium atom the energy required to remove both the electron is?

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Aarti Gupta
askIITians Faculty 300 Points
7 years ago
On removing an electron the Helium atom becomes a single electron atom, applying Bohr's Model ,the energy of the single electron is given by
-13.6z2n2 (where z is atomic no. and n is the no. of the shell in which the electron resides).
Thus ,
the energy comes out to be -13.641, which is -54.4.
So ,
the total energy required to remove both the electrons will be 24.6+54.4=79.0
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Aarti Gupta
askiitians Faculty
Abhinandan
20 Points
4 years ago
On removing an electron the Helium atom becomes a single electron atom, applying Bohr`s Model ,the energy of the single electron is given by -13.6z2n2 (where z is atomic no. and n is the no. of the shell in which the electron resides). Thus ,the energy comes out to be -13.641, which is -54.4. So ,the total energy required to remove both the electrons will be 24.6+54.4=79.0

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