Hrithikratnesh soni Asked a Question
March 1, 2021 11:39 pmpts 30 pts
why during defining ionization potential why the term gaseous state is used what if the substance undergoing ionization is not in gaseous state ?
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  • Amol ashok pawar thankyou
    As we talk about ionisation energy, the energy required to remove an electron from one single atom is to be counted. This is feasible in gaseous state. Of course not limited to gas...
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