- Ionization energies of the elements
These tables list the
ionization energyin kJ/mol necessary to remove one mole of electronsfrom one mole of neutral gaseous atoms(first energy), respectively from a singly, doubly, etc. ionized atoms (second, third, etc. energies).
Ionization energies of the elements (data page)
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