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Solution: Consider the following set of successive ionization energies: IE1 = 1012kJ/mol IE2 = 1,920kJ/mol IE3 = 2,910kJ/mol IE4 = 5,000kJ/mol IE5 = 6,300kJ/mol IE6 = 21,220kJ/mol IE7 = 29,780kJ/mol To

Problem

Consider the following set of successive ionization energies:

IE1 = 1012kJ/mol

IE2 = 1,920kJ/mol

IE3 = 2,910kJ/mol

IE4 = 5,000kJ/mol

IE5 = 6,300kJ/mol

IE6 = 21,220kJ/mol

IE7 = 29,780kJ/mol

To which third period element (enter the symbol or name) do these ionization values belong?