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Argon Ionization Energy

The Argon Ionization Energy is the energy required to remove from atom one mole of electrons with subsequent production of positively charged ion of Argon.
Ar -> Ar+ + e-
This process can be repeated many times, but the energy cost is increased dramatically. The general equation for the Argon is:
ArN+ -> Ar(N+1)+ + e-

Ionization Energy

Ar -> Ar1+ = 1520.4 kJ/mol = 363.73 Kcal/mol
Ar1+ -> Ar2+ = 2665.2 kJ/mol = 637.61 Kcal/mol
Ar2+ -> Ar3+ = 3928 kJ/mol = 939.71 Kcal/mol
Ar3+ -> Ar4+ = 5770 kJ/mol = 1380.38 Kcal/mol
Ar4+ -> Ar5+ = 7238 kJ/mol = 1731.58 Kcal/mol
Ar5+ -> Ar6+ = 8811 kJ/mol = 2107.89 Kcal/mol
Ar6+ -> Ar7+ = 12021 kJ/mol = 2875.84 Kcal/mol
Ar7+ -> Ar8+ = 13844 kJ/mol = 3311.96 Kcal/mol
Ar8+ -> Ar9+ = 40759 kJ/mol = 9750.96 Kcal/mol
Ar9+ -> Ar10+ = 46186 kJ/mol = 11049.28 Kcal/mol

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