Problem: Which reaction below represents the electron affinity of Li? A) Li(g) + e- → Li -(g) B) Li(g) → Li+(g) + e- C) Li+(g) + e- → Li(g) D) Li+(g) → Li(g) + e- E) Li(g) + e- → Li+(g)

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Which reaction below represents the electron affinity of Li?

A) Li(g) + e- → Li -(g)

B) Li(g) → Li+(g) + e-

C) Li+(g) + e- → Li(g)

D) Li+(g) → Li(g) + e-

E) Li(g) + e- → Li+(g)

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