I am studying an article in my book that $\ce{N2}$ molecule has higher ionisation than $\ce{N}$ atom and I have no clue it may be because of strong triply bonded atom then why this is not applicable to $\ce{F2}$, $\ce{F}$ and $\ce{O2}$, $\ce{O}$. Also explain and with reason for $\ce{N2}.$


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