6. Determine the ionization energy for the hydrogen atom. The ionization energy is the energynecessary to take an electron from its most stable state (n, = 1 for hydrogen), to a state infi-nitely far from the nucleus. Use Equation 3 to make the calculation. What is n? Show yourwork.he hckHEquation 3: AE2.n

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6. Determine the ionization energy for the hydrogen atom. The ionization energy is the energy
necessary to take an electron from its most stable state (n, = 1 for hydrogen), to a state infi-
nitely far from the nucleus. Use Equation 3 to make the calculation. What is n? Show your
work.
he hckH
Equation 3: A
E
2.
n
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6. Determine the ionization energy for the hydrogen atom. The ionization energy is the energy necessary to take an electron from its most stable state (n, = 1 for hydrogen), to a state infi- nitely far from the nucleus. Use Equation 3 to make the calculation. What is n? Show your work. he hckH Equation 3: A E 2. n

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Applying Bohr’s equation for the energy levels of hydrogen atom, the change in energy when an electron moves from one energy level to another energy level is calculated as,

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n1, n 1 AE = hcR п, 1 2 2 п, 1 (6.626x103 J.s)(3.00x10' m/s)(1.0967x10 m)| =2.18x1018 J

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The ionization energy of hydrogen is the energy required to form 1 mol of gaseous

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