Trends in ionization energy QUIZ (paper 1)
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The graph shows the first five ionisation energies (IEs) of an element.
Which of these is the element?CorrectIncorrect
The table shows the first eight ionisation energies (IEs) for an element. Deduce the group of the element.CorrectIncorrect
Which of these is a correct explanation for the decrease in first ionization energy (IE) noted between nitrogen and oxygen?CorrectIncorrect
Which of these is a correct explanation for the decrease in first ionization energy (IE) noted between beryllium and boron?CorrectIncorrect