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Q: Within a group in the periodic table as the atomic number increases the ionization energy decreases due to A. fewer electrons in the highest occupied energy level B.
increase in number of protons C. increase in size of the nucleus D. increase in atomic size
A: Within a group in the periodic table as the atomic number increases the ionization energy decreases due to: A. fewer electrons in the highest occupied energy level.
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