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Description Comparison of the sizes of Group I ions, together with chloride and calcium ions. The ionic radii were taken from the 6-coordinated crystalline ionic radii from page 12-14 to 12-15 in the 83rd edition of the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics.
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