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Place the following elements in order of decreasing atomic size: selenium, chlorine, fluorine, rubidium, calcium, and sulfur.

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    Oh this is easy. I want you to take a look at your periodic table. Any elements that's toward the left and down are larger in Atomic size. So for instance rubidium is the largest in atomic size due to it further down and to the left.

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