chemistry

Arrange the following groups of atoms in order of their increasing atomic radius:

K,Rb,F,B,Be

I think its
F<B<Be<K<Rb

someone can you correct me pls

asked by lo
  1. I think B<Be<F<K<Rb
    Look at www.webelements

    posted by DrBob222

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