Kendra_Jo

How does the complete filling of a subshell affect E?
A. no apparent effect
B. produces chemical stability; therefore decreases E
C. produces chemical stability; therefore increases E
D. E becomes very high because the atom becomes inert.

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kwenisha

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produces chemical stability; therefore increases E- or activation energy. In this case, you have a noble gas and are trying to strip electrons from it

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so your answer would be C.

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Thank you so much

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what is
E here

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Ionization energy= E

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then 3rd one is right answer

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Thank you . . =)

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ur welcome