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E. the inherent stability of the empty, the half-filled and the completely filled subshells. 5, showing the plot of the first ionisation potential against the atomic number, 2. The inert gases,with closed inert gas cores, occupy the peaks and the alkali metals, with s1 valence electron shells, occupy the minima of the graph. The stability of the half-filled p 3 configuration is then reflected in the ionisation potentials of N > 0 and P > S. The ionisation energies of the 10 first-row transition metals show a less significant increase with 2 owing to the lower shielding efficiency of a d" configuration.

E. 1a), determined by the principal quantum number n, 1-4, and eight vertical columns or groups, I-VIII, if the transition metals, lanthanides and actinides are excluded. 1b), then the eight vertical groups increase to 18, a notation that will not be used in this text. e. [inert gas core] plus a valence shell configuration, smpn. lc), namely the s-block, Groups I and I1 elements, the p-block, Groups 111-VIII, and the d-block elements involving the series of 10 transition metal elements. Each of these blocks involves the systematic filling of the s1-s2, p'-p6 and d'-d'O electron shells, respectively, from left to right; hence the naming of the three blocks.

2. Particles with the same atomic number 2, but different numbers of neutrons are called isotopes. Deuterium and tritium are isotopes of hydrogen, as they all have the same atomic number, Z = 1, but different numbers of neutrons, namely, 0 , l and 2, respectively, and have different mass numbers of 1, 2 and 3, respectively. While the mass numbers are integer, the atomic weights are not necessarily integer if more than one isotope of an element occurs naturally. 00% ;;Cl, where 35 and 37 refer to the mass numbers of the pure isotopes and 17 refers to the atomic number.

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