ionization energy of neon
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Consider the first ionization energy of neon and the electron affinity of fluorine. (a) Write equations, including electron configurations, for each process. (b) These two quantities have opposite signs. Which will be positive, and which will be negative? (c) Would you expect the magnitudes of these two quantities to be equal? If not, which one would you expect to be larger?
Determine the Gibbs energy of mixing of gases argon and neon initially contained in separate , equal compartments of volume 500cm^3. Initially argon gas is at 150kPa and 273K and neon at 50kPa and the same temperature ?
In one mole of neon gas heated from 300 K to 420 K at constant pressure, what is the energy Q transferred to the gas, change in internal energy, and work done on the gas? Note that neon has a molar specific heat of c = 20.73 J/mol K.