The ionization energy of H e + has to be calculated. The ionization energy of H e + is whether more or less than that of hydrogen atom has to be determined. Concept introduction: Ionization energy is the quantity of energy which is needed to remove an electron which is not tightly bound to it forming a cation. I o n i z a t i o n E n e r g y = − Z 2 R h c ( 1 n f i n a l 2 − 1 n i n i t i a l 2 ) Where, R is Rydberg constant h is Planck’s constant c is speed of light Z is atomic number

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John C. Kotz + 3 others
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ISBN: 9781133949640

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Chapter 6, Problem 59GQ
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The ionization energy of He+ has to be calculated. The ionization energy of He+ is whether more or less than that of hydrogen atom has to be determined.

Concept introduction:

Ionization energy is the quantity of energy which is needed to remove an electron which is not tightly bound to it forming a cation.

IonizationEnergy=Z2Rhc(1nfinal21ninitial2)

Where,

  R is Rydberg constant

  h is Planck’s constant

  c is speed of light

  Z is atomic number

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