Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, December 1, 2008 at 8:12pm.

Which value represents the first ionization energy of a nonmetal?

497.9kJ, 577.4kJ, 811.7kJ, or 1000.kJ ?

I think the answer is 1000. kJ, since it is the highest amount. Am I correct? My reasoning is that nonmetals have higher ionization energies than metals.

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