can hydrogen not differ from alkali metals in terms of ionisation enthalpy?
Asked by | 22nd Nov, 2012, 05:29: PM
1st I.E of hydrogen is 1310 kJ/mol, while that of alkali metals it rangest from 513 to 357 kJ/mol (from top to bottom.) So hydrogen differs in terms of ionization enthalpy.
Answered by | 29th Nov, 2012, 04:18: PM
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