rank these entities according to increasing ionization energy: Na+,Mg+,F-,Ne,Al3+
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na < Mg < Al< F< Ne
you look at period table the element will incease from left to right, and from bottom to top.
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the atomic size will be bigger
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I know you have to ratify the effects of the charges but I do not know how to get there.
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oh yeah you right, they have the charge. I remember that that the more positive charge is the bigger, then to the atomic dont have change, and the small one is negative change . F- is smaller than Ne because they have negavative change. But i dont forget why Mg+ is smaller than F-. maybe that is the special case. Iam sorry. I hope that will help you a little bit
just like annaT has put it. we begin from the left to the right of a period=that is increasing ionisation energy
cations and anions also are responsible as ionisation energy also depends on atomic size and size of cation is smaller than the atomic size so ionisation energy will b more while anion is larger in size than atomic size