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region of
216. The smallest ionization energies are found in the
the periodic table.
A) upper right
B) upper left
C) lower right
D) lower left
E) transition element (d-block)
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region of 216. The smallest ionization energies are found in the the periodic table. A) upper right B) upper left C) lower right D) lower left E) transition element (d-block)

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The energy required to ionize an atom or remove the outer most shell electron from an atom or ion provided the physical state of the atom or ion is gas is called ioniz...

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