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Calculate the magnitude of the cohesive energy of potassium iodide (KI). The ionic radii of K+ and I−, are 152 pm and 206 pm, respectively. Assume the Born exponent n is 10. Assume a Madelung constant of 1.7. Please report your answer in kJ/mol or how to calculate it.

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