Problem: Solve the following problem:The first three ionization energies of element X are 590, 1145, and 4912 kJ/mol. What is the most likely formula for the stable ion of X?A. X+B. X2+C. X3+D. X-

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The first three ionization energies of element X are 590, 1145, and 4912 kJ/mol. What is the most likely formula for the stable ion of X?

A. X+

B. X2+

C. X3+

D. X-

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