The second ionization energy (the energy required to remove the second outermost electron) of calcium is 11.9 eV. Determine the maximum wavelength of incident radiation that can be used to remove the second electron from a calcium atom?
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3. 104 nm.....this is because calcium has a small radius which makes it hard to remove electron.
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