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Shivanshu Madan Grade: 11
        

Please explain the difference between Electron Gain Enthalpy and Electron affinity.

6 years ago

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suryakanth AskiitiansExpert-IITB
105 Points
										

Dear shivanshu,


The standard enthalpy change accompanying the attachment of an electron to an isolated atom (or ion) of the element in the gas phase

The electron gain enthalpy value is negative.

Electron affinity is the negative of electron gain enthalpy and hence electron affinity is a postive value.



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6 years ago
raju radhakrishnan
18 Points
										

If the energy is released when an electron is added to an isolated gaseous atom,then electron affinity is taken positive.other wise negetive.so is electron enthalpy always positive??

4 years ago
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