Theoretica chimica acta

, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp 458–464 | Cite as

Valence orbital ionization potentials from atomic spectral data

  • Harold Basch
  • Arlen Viste
  • Harry B. Gray
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Abstract

Average Energy of Configuration. Valence Orbital Ionization Potentials (VOIPs) are reported for the elements H through Kr in various configurations and for many states of ionization. For the lighter elements the isoelectronic series are fitted to a quadratic equation, VOIP (q)=Aq2 + Bq+C. The significance of the A, B, and C parameters is discussed.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Spectral Data Ionization Potential 

Zusammenfassung

Über die Konfiguration gemittelte Ionisierungsenergien der Valenzorbitale (VOIP's) werden für verschiedene Konfigurationen und Ionisierungsstufen der Elemente H bis Kr angegeben. Bei den leichteren Elementen werden die isoelektronischen Reihen durch Ausgleichsparabeln dargestellt, VOIP (q)=Aq2 + Bq+C (q = Ladung), und die Parameter A, B und C diskutiert.

Résumé

Pour plusieurs configurations et états d'ionisation des éléments H jusqu'à Kr, nous présentons les potentiels d'ionisation, moyennes pour chaque configuration, des orbitales de valence (VOIPs). Pour les éléments légers, les séries isoélectroniques sont représentées par des équations VOIP (q)=Aq2 + Bq + C. Les paramètres A, B et C sont discutés.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Harold Basch
    • 1
  • Arlen Viste
    • 1
  • Harry B. Gray
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryColumbia UniversityNew York

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