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Solution: Which of the following chemical equations is connected to the definitions of the second ionization energy of oxygen?(i) O(g) + e– → O–(g)(ii) O(g) → O+(g) + e–(iii) O(g) + 2 e– → O2–(g)(iv) O(g) → O2+

Problem

Which of the following chemical equations is connected to the definitions of the second ionization energy of oxygen?
(i) O(g) + e → O(g)
(ii) O(g) → O+(g) + e
(iii) O(g) + 2 e → O2–(g)
(iv) O(g) → O2+(g) + 2 e
(v) O+(g) → O2+(g) + e