Describe the trend in electron affinity from left to right across a row in the periodic table.
The energy change observed during the formation of an anion by introducing an electron to an atom is termed the electron affinity. Atomic size, nuclear charge, screening effect, etc., are the factors that determine electron affinity.
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The trend in electron affinity from left to right across a row (period) in the periodic table is of increasing order. The reason for this trend of...
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The periodic table contains information about elements, such as their symbol, atomic number, and atomic mass. Understand the structure and uses of the periodic table and learn about the order and groups of elements.