anonymous
  • anonymous
what are the gases with minimum ionization energy?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
those gasses from which we can easily remove a electron frm its outter orbit hence those which have a large number of orbitals in them eg: na,mg,al
anonymous
  • anonymous
Kinetic energy of gases
anonymous
  • anonymous
Xe and kr

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@ifly!!! na mg are metals not gases
anonymous
  • anonymous
@heena Xe is inert gas
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think its oxygen nitrogen
anonymous
  • anonymous
it cant be nitrogen cause it has a triple bond in it. so yes yr half right its o2 cause thats the only gas whose last shell is the furthest from its nucleus so it will easily lose its electron.
anonymous
  • anonymous
sry ,y bad i read the qn wrong mitakenly i thought they are asking whch gas will have highest IE anf if they are asking abu low IE then an will be oxygen

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