on ionisation energy and electron affinity energies
Asked by | 11th Mar, 2008, 06:33: PM
Ionisation and electron affinity are dependent on atomic size and nuclear force. So removing or adding electron will depent on how tightly the electron is held by the nucleus, which depends on attractive force between the nucleus and electrons and repulsion force between the electrons.
Answered by | 20th Dec, 2017, 05:12: PM
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