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URGENT HELP NEEDED! I WILL GIVE MEDALS AND FAN!!! When an electron is added to a neutral atom of an element to form a negative ion, the resulting change in energy is referred to as the electron potential of that element. True or False

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I believe the answer is false...but I'm not sure and I really need to get a 100% on this quiz.
False
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someone said that it's electron affinity, is that true?
I have never ever heard of an electron affinity
hm
Electron affinity reflects the ability of an atom to accept an electron. It is the energy change that occurs when an electron is added to a gaseous atom. Atoms with stronger effective nuclear charge have greater electron affinity.
according to about.com
Yes electron affinity/enthalpy is defined as the energy change when a single electron is added to an atom in gaseous state.
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yup, I got a 100%
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Now on to the Unit Exam...we'll see if I have more questions, lol

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