What is ionisation potential energy, Physics

Q. What is ionisation potential energy?

For hydrogen atom the energy necessary to remove an electron from first orbit to its outermost orbit (n=∞) is 13.6-0 = 13.6eV. This energy is recognized as the ionization potential energy for hydrogen atom.

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