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Using only the periodic table arrange the following elements in order of increasing atomic radius: calcium, gallium; potassium, arsenic Smallest
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this question according to the general rules you have learned regarding periodic trends Please answcr DO NOT base your answer on tabulated valucs since exceptions may occur

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Using ” only the periodic table arrange the following elements in order of increasing atomic radius: gallium, boron aluminum; thallium SmallestLargestPlease answer this question according to the general rules you have learned regarding periodic trends_ DO NOT base your answer on tabulated values since exceptions may occur:

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Using only the periodic table, arrange the following elements in order of increasing atomic radius: antimony, nitrogen, arsenic, bismuth. Smallest to largest.Please answer this question according to the general rules you have learned regarding periodic trends. DO NOT base your answer on tabulated values since exceptions may occur.

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Using only the periodic table arrange the following elements in order of increasing atomic radius: fluorine; bromine astatine chlorine SmallestLargestPlease answer this question according to the general rules You have eared regarding periodic trends. DO NOT base your answer On tabulated values since exceptions may occur:

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Using= only the periodic table arrange the following elements in order of increasing atomic radius:antimony; iodine, tin , strontiumSmallestLargestiodine[Please answer this question according to the general rules You have learned [regarding periodic trends: IDo NOT base your answer on tabulated values since exceptions may Occur;

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Start with her periodic trend for atomic radius, so look at a periodic table. We go from left to right across a group. The atomic radius decreases. That’S due to the increase in nuclear charge, causing a greater attraction for electrons and down a group. The atomic radius decreases as electrons are held further away from the nucleus,…

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