Okay, So in this problem, we have a table with, let's see, six different elements. And in this table, we have the numerical value for the ionization energy of each one of these elements. And as the problems as the problem tells us, the ionization energy is the minimal energy required to remove the list bound electron from the ground state atom. And we have to answer a few different things in this problem. The first thing in ICT and a let's put here, we have to convert the energy of the this ionization energy to electoral votes. Uh huh. Atom. Okay, so we have an energy right now of killer gels, firm all, and we have to convert this for electoral votes per atom. Okay, so how we going to do this before we actually calculate in each one of them? Let's understand how we make this conversion. So let's start here with the kilo, Joel. Thermal. Okay, So if we want to change the killer jowls for two electoral votes, well, this is already, uh, know how to do so. One killer jowl. It's basically six point 24 times 10 to the 21 electoral votes and How do we convert them all? So one more is six point zero 22 14 times 10 to the 23 atoms. So one mall has this number of atoms therefore dividing this We get that. Let's put here. We get that one killer jowls firm all is equal. 0.10 36. This is a six electron votes for atoms. Okay, so this is the number we have to multiply each one of the elements. So let's make our table here. So the answer for the first question, which is to describe all the ionization energy in electoral votes per atom, will be for lithium. Uh, the energy will be 0.0 10 36. That multiplies their ionization energy, which is 5 to 0.2. And that gives us a total of five point tree 91 electoral votes. And for the sake of the simplicity of the solution, let's call this constant Here, this conversion constant. Let's call this constant A okay, just for the sake of the solution, because we will repeat this constant in each one of the elements. So let's continue it. Uh, sergeant right now represented by the largest N A. Well, the energy will be again the constant A which we already know multiply by for 95 0.8, which gives us our energy or five point one 39 electoral votes. And for protection, we have an energy of aid and multiplies for 18 0.8. So this is going to be a cool four points 3 41 electoral votes. Okay, And continuing with European, we have an energy eight times 403 Yeah. So this is equal four 0.1 77 electron votes. Wow, this is a V. Okay, Uh, for some reason, I believe this is the element For season, we have an energy of eight times. Mhm 375.7. So multiplying this three points 894 electoral votes. And finally, I do not know the name of this element, but the last one will be the constant A multiply by 3. 80. So this is a crow. 3.9 electoral votes. So this here are the answer for each one of the elements the ionization energy of each one of these elements in electoral votes. Okay, so this is the first item Now let's move on to the second question of this problem. Which is what is the atomic number Z and the quantum number and for each one of the elements. So to answer this, we need to consume the periodic table and we will find that for life in, uh, the atomic number Ups, atomic number Z Kiko Street. Therefore, the quantum number n for the last shell and will be too during the same for sodium. We have Z air crows 11 n echoes three. Well, now let's move on with the elements. We have potassium. Okay, So, okay, will be Z echoes. Let me see the table 19 and the M will be equals four. Religion. We have a quantum number of vehicles, actually, atomic number Z equals 37 and the quantum number and echoes five. And the last two I was put here will be sergeant with a Z a cross 55 and an M equals six. Yeah, And the last one, uh, which I do not know the name. We're busy. Echoes 87 and ecos seven. Okay, so this is the table for the second question. Now, for the third question, we have four questions in this particular problem. Third question I can see. Uh, we have to calculate the effective quantum atomic numbers are not quantum, the effective atomic number and how we calculate this well effective atomic number is calculated using this equation here. So the equation for the energy which is Z effective, square divided by and square, that multiplies 13.6, which is the energy of the ground state. Okay, so to calculate the effective number of each one of the elements we need first of all to use the energy of vitamin A, which we already described here on this list. And we need to use the quantum number and of item B therefore, as an example, let's do this for lithium. So far left soon, we have the energy of five points 391 which is equal z effective square divided by two square that multiplies 13.6 and calculating this for Z mhm or the effective Z, we have one point 26. Okay, so this is the effective atomic number and we just need to do the same calculation for all of the elements and we're going to find a table like this one in here. So we have commission. We have a Z effective equals one point 26. Sergeant, we have effective Z because one point 84 compassion. Yeah, yeah, Mhm. We have, uh Let's see, this is two points 26 and the last tree Azr obedient, uh, two point 77 Sassoon. Mhm is three point 21 and this one is 3.8. Okay, so these are all the effective, defective Z of these elements. And the last question is a interpretation question which we just need to to explain if the ionization energy decreases or increases as Z increases. So let's look here too easy. We can see that dizzy is increasing from life even to the last one. The video has 37 say Sachin has 55. 87 is the last one. So Z is increasing and as we can see, uh, the effective Z is also increasing. Therefore, the answer for I'm candy will be that z effective is proportional. Yeah, to the atomic number Z because FZ increases the effective also increases. Okay, so that's your final answer