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Arrange the following ions in order of increasing size:

Br- Ca2+ K+ Se2-


    Taking electrons away makes the ions smaller than the atom. Adding electrons makes the ions larger than the atom.


    why is the atomic radius of a noble gas larger than a halogen?


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