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In Table the bonding atomic radius of neon is listed as

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Problem 84AE

In Table the bonding atomic radius of neon is listed as 0.58 A. whereas that for xenon is listed as 1.40 A. A classmate of yours states that the value for Xe is more realistic than the one for Ne. Is she correct? If so. what is the basis for her statement? Table Some Properties of the Noble Gases

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Solution Step 1 Bonding atomic radius for any atom in a molecule is half of the distance between the nucleus.The value of bonding atomic radius is more realistic for Xenon .This is because Xe is capable of forming bonds with elements unlike Neon.In the case of Neon we are able to calculate the non bonding radius only.

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Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
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Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780321809247

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