Problem: An element with a high likelihood of becoming an anion, would be expected to have a relatively a) large negative electron affinity and a relatively high ionization energy. b) large negative electron affinity and a relatively low ionization energy. c) Small negative electron affinity and a relatively high ionization energy. d) Small negative electron affinity and a relatively low ionization energy. e) more information is needed.

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An element with a high likelihood of becoming an anion, would be expected to have a relatively

a) large negative electron affinity and a relatively high ionization energy.

b) large negative electron affinity and a relatively low ionization energy.

c) Small negative electron affinity and a relatively high ionization energy.

d) Small negative electron affinity and a relatively low ionization energy.

e) more information is needed.

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