Atomic Radius

 

The atomic radius is the distance from the atomic nucleus to the outmost stable electron orbital in an atom that is at equilibrium. It is measured in picometers or angstroms. Since electrons are constantly moving, measuring the outermost energy level is difficult. As a result, the atomic radius is more accurately measured as stated in the paragraph below.

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