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Using data from this chapter, calculate the change in energy expected for each of the following processes

Rb(g) + Br(g) Rb+(g) + Br -(g)

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  1. What are the reactants and products? I don't see any arrow representing a process. What do the +(g) and -(g) represent? You must have made some typing errors.

    Is RbBr gas being formed from gaseous Rb and Br? That energy release would equal the Rb-Br electrostatic bond binding energy.

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