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Posted by Sim on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 at 6:04pm.

26. The first five successive ionisation energies of an element are 0.807, 2.433, 3.666, 25.033,
32.834 MJ mol–1
. Which one element from those listed below could this element be?
•(A) B
(B) C
(C) N
(D) O
(E) F

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