Problem: Which of the following represents the third electron affinity of Si?a) Si2+(g) + e– →  Si– (g) b) Si (g) + 3 e–  →  Si3– (g) c) Si2– + e–  → Si3– (g) d) Si2+ (g)  → Si3+ (g) + 3 e–

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Which of the following represents the third electron affinity of Si?

a) Si2+(g) + e →  Si– (g) 

b) Si (g) + 3 e–  →  Si3– (g) 

c) Si2– + e  → Si3– (g) 

d) Si2+ (g)  → Si3+ (g) + 3 e

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