Electron affinity

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Electron affinity is a phrase used in chemistry. When an atom that is neutral gets an electron, the energy that is changed in the atom is the electron affinity. Across a period, the electron affinity increases. [1]

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  1. Davis, Raymond E., Regina Frey, and Mickey Sarquis. Modern Chemistry. Holt, Rhinehart, and Wintston. Print.