Chemical elements
  Cobalt
    Isotopes
    Energy
    Production
    Preparation
    Application
    Physical Properties
    Chemical Properties
    Compounds
    PDB 1a0c-1epy
    PDB 1et4-1k7y
    PDB 1k98-1r6x
    PDB 1r8k-1v9b
    PDB 1vl3-212d
    PDB 222d-2eff
    PDB 2ehd-2j3z
    PDB 2j4j-2r1p
    PDB 2r2s-331d
    PDB 362d-3fqw
    PDB 3ft6-3igy
    PDB 3igz-3o0n
    PDB 3o0o-4req
    PDB 4xim-9icb

Cobalt Ionization Energy






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


Ionization Energy

Co -> Co1+ = 760 kJ/mol = 181.82 Kcal/mol
Co1+ -> Co2+ = 1646 kJ/mol = 393.78 Kcal/mol
Co2+ -> Co3+ = 3232 kJ/mol = 773.21 Kcal/mol
Co3+ -> Co4+ = 4950 kJ/mol = 1184.21 Kcal/mol
Co4+ -> Co5+ = 7670 kJ/mol = 1834.93 Kcal/mol
Co5+ -> Co6+ = 9840 kJ/mol = 2354.07 Kcal/mol
Co6+ -> Co7+ = 12400 kJ/mol = 2966.51 Kcal/mol
Co7+ -> Co8+ = 15100 kJ/mol = 3612.44 Kcal/mol
Co8+ -> Co9+ = 17900 kJ/mol = 4282.30 Kcal/mol
Co9+ -> Co10+ = 26600 kJ/mol = 6363.64 Kcal/mol
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