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I can't remember which atoms on the periodic table have larger radii than others. Can you help me with the following problem:
Order Rb, Fr, Sb, and I from smallest to largest radius

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    I think it is I, Sb, Rb, Fr. Please confirm!

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    That is correct. The radius increases down and to the left of the periodic table

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