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    A photon of wavelength 2.27 x 10^-8 m has the minimum energy required to remove the single electron from an ion in its lowest energy state.
    (a) Identify the ion
    (b) What is the wavelength of the longest wavelength radiation absorbed by this ion in its lowest energy state? What region of the electromagnetic spectrum is this?

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