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Predicting Relative Sizes of Atomic Radii Referring to the periodic table, arrange (as much as possible) the atoms B, C, Al, and Si in order of increasing size. By referring to the periodic table, but not to Figure place the following atoms in order of increasing bonding atomic radius: N, O, P, Ge. Which part of the periodic table (top/bottom, left/right) has the elements with the largest atoms? ? Figure Trends in bonding atomic radii for periods 1 through 5. (a) N (b) P (c) O (d) O (e) N

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