HI (g) → H+ (g) + I - (g)
Use bond energies (Table 3‑3), values of electron affinities (Table 2-7), and the ionization energy of hydrogen (1312 kJ/mol) to estimate ΔE for each of the following reactions.
c. HI (g) → H+ (g) + I - (g)
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