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The ionization energy of an atom or molecule describes the minimum amount of energy required to remove an electron from the atom or molecule in the gaseous state. Do not confuse with [electron-affinity].

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Sure, why not. It's just the question of your bombarding electrons having the right energy. At low energies, a bombarding electron will likely be captured by one of the iodine atoms: $$ \ce{I2 + e- -> …
answered May 12 '15 by Wildcat
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I would like to clarify the matter since from OP's own answer I have a feeling he/she does not quite understand it. So, first of all, in general the ionisation energy has to be calculated as the diff …
answered Jul 8 '15 by Wildcat