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Solution: Which excited state molecule or ion will have the smallest ionization energy? a. H (2p1 ) b. He (1s13p1 ) c. Li (1s24p1) d. Be (1s22s15p1 ) e. B (1s22s26p1 )

Problem

Which excited state molecule or ion will have the smallest ionization energy?

a. H (2p1 )

b. He (1s13p1 )

c. Li (1s24p1)

d. Be (1s22s15p1 )

e. B (1s22s26p1 )