If the first ionization energy of magnesium is 176 kilocalories per mole, one would expect the second ionization energy t be approximately: w) 350 kilocalories per mole x) 1,760 kilocalories per mole y) 200 kilocalories per mole z) 20 kilocalories per mole

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