Answer to Question #86064 in Inorganic Chemistry for Shyna Drizzy

Question #86064
the energy required to remove two valence electrons of a metallic atom is called?
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2019-03-08T05:10:42-0500

By definition, the minimum amount of energy, required to remove first valence electron is a ionization energy or ionization potential. Consequently, energy required to remove second valence electron called second ionization energy or second ionization potential.


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