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Bromine Ionization Energy

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

Ionization Energy

Br -> Br1+ = 1139.9 kJ/mol = 272.70 Kcal/mol
Br1+ -> Br2+ = 2104 kJ/mol = 503.35 Kcal/mol
Br2+ -> Br3+ = 3500 kJ/mol = 837.32 Kcal/mol
Br3+ -> Br4+ = 4560 kJ/mol = 1090.91 Kcal/mol
Br4+ -> Br5+ = 5760 kJ/mol = 1377.99 Kcal/mol
Br5+ -> Br6+ = 8550 kJ/mol = 2045.45 Kcal/mol
Br6+ -> Br7+ = 9940 kJ/mol = 2377.99 Kcal/mol
Br7+ -> Br8+ = 18600 kJ/mol = 4449.76 Kcal/mol
Br8+ -> Br9+ = 23900 kJ/mol = 5717.70 Kcal/mol
Br9+ -> Br10+ = 28100 kJ/mol = 6722.49 Kcal/mol

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