Question

The electron affinity of X is equal in magnitude with the ionisation potential of :

A
X+
B
X
C
X
D
X2
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The electron affinity of X is equal in magnitude with the ionization potential of X.
X+eX ......Electron affinity of X
XeX ........Ionization potential of X

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