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Place the following elements in order of Decreasing atomic size: tellurium, bromine, argon, cesium, strontium, and selenium.

would the correct ranking then be:


Cs, Sr, Te, Se, Br, Ar ???

or am I still way off??

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    See my earlier post.

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