1.explain why chlorine is converted into chloride more easily than flouride from flourine
  2. why 2nd ionisation enthalpy of boron is significantly higher than the second ionisation enthalpy of carbon,
even though the 1st ionisation enthalpy of boron is less than that of carbon


 

   
    

Asked by patidarshm | 11th Dec, 2015, 12:08: PM

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Solution for your first query,
 
Due to small size of fluorine, the electron affinitty of chlorone is higher than fluorine despite fluorine being the mist electronegative in the periodic table.
Hence, chloride ion can be formed more easily than fluoride ion.
 
 
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Answered by Prachi Sawant | 13th Dec, 2015, 12:13: PM