how does the atomic size vary as you go down a group?
Asked by shettyshrinidhi271 | 7th Jan, 2021, 05:04: PM
Atomic size increases as we go down a group because each time one new shell is added and electrons in the outermost shell move away from the nucleus.
Answered by Ramandeep | 11th Jan, 2021, 12:19: PM
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