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Nitrogen Ionization Energy

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

Ionization Energy

N -> N1+ = 1402.3 kJ/mol = 335.48 Kcal/mol
N1+ -> N2+ = 2856.1 kJ/mol = 683.28 Kcal/mol
N2+ -> N3+ = 4578 kJ/mol = 1095.22 Kcal/mol
N3+ -> N4+ = 7474.9 kJ/mol = 1788.25 Kcal/mol
N4+ -> N5+ = 9440 kJ/mol = 2258.37 Kcal/mol
N5+ -> N6+ = 53265.6 kJ/mol = 12742.97 Kcal/mol
N6+ -> N7+ = 64358.7 kJ/mol = 15396.82 Kcal/mol
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