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Stefanie Doukakis
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What is ionisation.

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What is the definition of the first ionization energy The definition of the first ionization energy is; The energy required to remove one mole of electrons from one mole of gaseous atoms. (ONE ELECTRON FROM EACH ATOM)
What are the units used for ionization Kilojoules per mole (kjmol-1)
Why are the third ionization energies always higher than any other ionization energies Because it is breaking into a full stable energy level and that requires a lot of energy.
Do both non-metals and metals undergo ionisation. Why? Yes. To form positively charged ions.
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