In an emission spectrum, the limit of convergence at higher frequency corresponds to the first ionization energy
Why is the common magnesium ion Mg(II) and not Mg(I) when the second ionization energy is higher than the first ionization energy?
If fluorine has a lower electron affinity than chlorine, why does it have a higher ionization energy?
Electron Ionization and the Franck-Condon Diagram: vibrationally excited and vibrationally ground states
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