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Solution: Atoms with one electron can be modeled with an equation similar to the Bohr equation:          Ea = -2.179x10-18 J (Z2/n2) In the equation, Z is the nuclear charge and n is the shell in which the electron resides. What is the ionization energy of Li2+, assuming its electron is originally in the n=1 level? A. 984.1 kJ/mol B. 1312 kJ/mol C. 495 kJ/mol D. 3937 kJ/mol E. 2953 kJ/mol  

Problem

Atoms with one electron can be modeled with an equation similar to the Bohr equation:

         Ea = -2.179x10-18 J (Z2/n2)

In the equation, Z is the nuclear charge and n is the shell in which the electron resides. What is the ionization energy of Li2+, assuming its electron is originally in the n=1 level?

A. 984.1 kJ/mol

B. 1312 kJ/mol

C. 495 kJ/mol

D. 3937 kJ/mol

E. 2953 kJ/mol