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Posted by mel on Thursday, December 6, 2007 at 6:20pm.

calculate the change in energy expected for each of the following processes

1. Rb(g) + Br(g) --> Rb+ (g) + Br- (g)

2. Mg(g) + I(g) --> Mg+ (g) + I- (g)

3. Mg+ (g) + I(g) -> Mg+2 (g) + I- (g)

4. Mg(g) + 2I (g) -> Mg+2 (g) + 2I- (g)

in kJ

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