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Molybdenum Ionization Energy

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

Ionization Energy

Mo -> Mo1+ = 685 kJ/mol = 163.88 Kcal/mol
Mo1+ -> Mo2+ = 1558 kJ/mol = 372.73 Kcal/mol
Mo2+ -> Mo3+ = 2621 kJ/mol = 627.03 Kcal/mol
Mo3+ -> Mo4+ = 4480 kJ/mol = 1071.77 Kcal/mol
Mo4+ -> Mo5+ = 5900 kJ/mol = 1411.48 Kcal/mol
Mo5+ -> Mo6+ = 6560 kJ/mol = 1569.38 Kcal/mol
Mo6+ -> Mo7+ = 12230 kJ/mol = 2925.84 Kcal/mol
Mo7+ -> Mo8+ = 14800 kJ/mol = 3540.67 Kcal/mol
Mo8+ -> Mo9+ = 16800 kJ/mol = 4019.14 Kcal/mol
Mo9+ -> Mo10+ = 19700 kJ/mol = 4712.92 Kcal/mol
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