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Grade: 12

                        

Which of the following atom has the largest second ionization energy? A Silicon, S i B Calcium, C a C Chlorine, C l D Iron, F e E Sodium, N a

28 days ago

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Rituraj Tiwari
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1789 Points
							Sodium atoms have the largest second ionization energy.
When sodium loses one electron, it formsNa+ion which has stable electronic configuration of the noble gasNe.

WhenNa+ions loses an electron, this stable configuration ofNeis broken. This requires high amount of energy. Hence, second ionization energy of sodium is largest.
28 days ago
Mayank Ranka
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214 Points
							
Dear student ,
Sodium atoms have the largest second ionization energy.When sodium loses one electron, it formsNa+ion which has stable electronic configuration of the noble gasNe.WhenNa+ions loses an electron, this stable configuration ofNeis broken. This requires high amount of energy. Hence, second ionization energy of sodium is largest
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