Answers

2015-08-01T15:45:36+05:30
Ionization enthalphy is defined as the quantity of energy that an isolated, gaseous, neutral atom must absorb to discharge an electron, resulting in a cation. The second ionization enthalphy is greater then the first ionization enthalphy as after one electron is discharged, the nuclear charge increases resulting to an increase in ionization enthalphy.
1 5 1