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# Problem: How much total energy (in MJ/mol) would it take to remove the electrons from a mole of hydrogen atoms? The ionization energy for a hydrogen atom is 2.178 x 10-18 J. (A) 3.617 x 10 -42 MJ (B) 1.312 MJ (C) 2.765 MJ (D) 1.312 x 10 6 MJ (E) 2.765 x 10 35 MJ

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How much total energy (in MJ/mol) would it take to remove the electrons from a mole of hydrogen atoms?

The ionization energy for a hydrogen atom is 2.178 x 10-18 J.

(A) 3.617 x 10 -42 MJ

(B) 1.312 MJ

(C) 2.765 MJ

(D) 1.312 x 10 6 MJ

(E) 2.765 x 10 35 MJ

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