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Solution: The following values are the only energy levels of a hypothetical one-electron atom:E6 = −2 x 10−19 J               E  5 = −7 x 10−19 JE4 = −11 x 10−19 J               E  3 = −15 x 10−19 JE2 = −17 x 1

Problem

The following values are the only energy levels of a hypothetical one-electron atom:

E6 = −2 x 10−19 J               E  5 = −7 x 10−19 J

E4 = −11 x 10−19 J               E  3 = −15 x 10−19 J

E2 = −17 x 10−19 J               E  1 = −20 x 10−19 J

What is the ionization energy (in kJ/mol) of the atom in its ground state?