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Give the value of the 1st ionization energy of beryllium (Be). Express your answer in Joules (J/atom).

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    Neutral Be or Be+++?
    For neutral Be, you will have to look it up. It is too difficult to calculate and the Rydberg equation will not work.

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    1.49*10^-18

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    http://www.chemglobe.org/ptoe/_/4.php

    The answer of mb is correct for the first ionization potential of neutral Be

  • Bhashyam -

    14.934e-19 J/atom

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