Arrange the following cations in order of decreasing size :Ra2+,Sr2+,Ca2+,Ba2+.Also explain it.

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  1. Size increases as you go down the periodic table and increases as you go from right to left on the table.

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  2. As we know that on moving downwards in a group size decreases in periodic table.Therefore the order of decreasing size of the cations is :

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