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Which of the following elements would have the largest third ionization energy: K, Ca, Ga?

What is third?

Thanks in advance.

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    Third ionization means the third electron has been pulled off.

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    Hm, so would the answer be Ga, since it is on the right side of the periodic table. Ga's nuclear charge would be greater

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    Go to www.webelements.com, click on the elements, scroll down the right side of the page to electronic properties, click on that which will go to the ionization section. First, second, etc are given.

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    Nevermind, I got it :) Thanks!
    It's calcium because the third electron would be the full shell, 3p6.

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    right

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    I don't know what a simsim seed is and neither does Google.com. In the future, don't piggy back on another post for a separate post but go to the "post a new question" and click on it.

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