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Asnwer choices A,B,C,D from top to bottom...
my answer to #1: A. Mg^2+ is that right??

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you're right...i think...Mg^2+ means that 2 electrons are missing (to give it that charge of +2) so that would make the overall radius (nucleus + electron orbit) smaller
#2: Which of the following has the lowest first ionization energy: Fr, F, Li, or Rb? A. Fr B. F C. Li D. Rb **My answer; C. Li is that right??? or is it A. Fr?? idk :/
that's what I'm thinking it is
okay so #1 is right then?? :) what about #2?
yeah Fr is the lowest on the chart compared to the rest of the 3
so my correct answers are: 1=A 2= A ?? both answers are A?
yeah looks it
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