Electron Affinity By Tristan gahn Bill Christopher

Electron affinity decreases from right to left when the atom is stable, when less stable it increases.

Atoms with a higher positive charge have a better electron affinity than those that do not. Groups 14 through 17 are all subject to change as they consist of all the naturally negative-charge yielding elements.

The definition of Electron Affinity is the change in energy of a neutral atom when an electron is added to the atom to form a negative ion.

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