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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, November 22, 2010 at 10:36pm.

A hydrogen-like ion is an ion containing only one electron. The energy of the electron in a hydrogen-like ion is given by:

En=-(2.18x10^(-18)J)Z^2(1/(n^2))

where n is the principal quantum number and Z is the atomic number of the element.

Calculate the ionization energy (in kJ/mol) of the He+ ion.

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