Please refer to the hypothetical Born-Haber cycle below for M(s) + X(s) → MX(s), where M and X are both elements in their standard states.
The ionization energy of M(s) is
a) 351 kJ b. 130 kJ c. 481 kJ d. 221 kJ e. 702 kJ
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