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Rank the following in terms of increasing first
ionization energy.
1. Na, Mg, N, O, F
2. F, N, O, Mg, N
3. F, O, N, Mg, Na
4. O, N, F, Na, Mg
5. Na, Mg, O, N, F

  1. DrBob222
    Is this 1 question or 5 questions?
    You need the rules. Scroll down this link to ionization potential and read about the trend.

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