Problem: For the successive ionization of an atom of Nitrogen, where would the first large increase in ionization energy be observed? A. Between E1 and E2 B. Between E2 and E3 C. Between E4 and E5 D. Between E5 and E6 E. Between E7 and E8

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For the successive ionization of an atom of Nitrogen, where would the first large increase in ionization energy be observed?

A. Between E1 and E2

B. Between E2 and E3

C. Between E4 and E5

D. Between E5 and E6

E. Between E7 and E8

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