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How many electrons are removed from 2.02^10 to the power of minus 2 of Ne atoms to form Ne 1+ ions?? A detailed explanation will be very much appreciated!?

Assuming the question is missing the word ‘moles’ before ‘of’, you are being asked to recognise that for every Ne atom ionised to form Ne+ you are removing one electron. So 2.02 x 10^{-2} moles of Ne atoms require the removal of 2.02 x 10^{-2} moles of electrons to form 2.02 x 10^{-2} moles of Ne+ ions.

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