Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Theory Of Ionization


In fact, the ionization energy is the energy that you have to provide your atom (gaseous) to remove an electron.

The energies are predictable in order of size.

It is necessary to have in mind the electronic filling of OA 1s2,2s2,2p4,3s2 ...
after you have to know that a molecule (core) is very stable when it acquired a noble gas structure
or that its sub layers are saturated (filled)
Or then half filled.

So if you go from one atom X configuration there and you remove one electron that is, you take the config y -1 if this config corresponds to a state of stability, energy supply will be low because the atom + has facilities to arrive in this state while if you leave a stable atom and you're trying to ionize, the energy supply will be high.