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So for the formula, I'm pretty sure it is

Vn eff = -(Zeff(n)e^2)/4pi(episilon0)

But I'm lost on the definition of ionization potential. Is it just ionization energy? How does this relate to the formula.. please help me! I'm lost.

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So for the formula, I'm pretty sure it is

Vn eff = -(Zeff(n)e^2)/4pi(episilon0)

But I'm lost on the definition of ionization potential. Is it just ionization energy? How does this relate to the formula.. please help me! I'm lost.

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