Energy required to dislodge electron h- atom, Chemistry

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The energy required to dislodge electron from excited isolated H-atom, IE1= 13.6 eV   is:

(1) = 13.6eV                       

(2) > 13.6eV       

(3) < 13.6and > 3.4 eV        

(4)≤ 3.4 eV   

Ans:  ≤ 3.4 eV

 


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