Which of the following processes represents the ionization energy of iodine?
a) I2 (s) → I2+ (g) + e
b) I2 (g) → I2+ (g) + e
c) I (s) → I + (g) + e
d) I (g) → I + (g) + e
e) I (l) → I + (l) + e
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