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- Reduction Potential-Electronegativity-Covalent Radius
- Covalent radius vs. the atomic number. Suggestions for subtraction key.
- Covalent Radii
- Covalent Radii. Pekka Pyykkö. Department of Chemistry.
- Structures & Properties of Ionic Solids
- Atomic radius = d/2 in element (metallic radius). Covalent radius = d/2 in single bond. Non-metals.
- From http//en.Wikipedia.org: List of orders of magnitude for length
- Item 10 - 35 radius of helium atom. 10-11. 10 pm.
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- Reversible doping: Hydrogen flips switch on vanadium oxide
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Suggested Web Resources
- Covalent radius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The covalent radius, rcov, is a measure of the size of an atom that forms part of one covalent bond.
- Covalent radius - WebElements
- When two atoms of the same kind are bonded through a single bond in a neutral molecule, then one half of the bond length is referred to as the covalent radius.
- Covalent Radius Definition - Definition of Covalent Radius
- Definition: The covalent radius refers to the size of atom that forms part of a covalent bond. Covalent radius is expressed in terms of picometers or angstroms.
- Covalent Radius for all the elements in the Periodic Table
- Complete and detailed technical data about the element $$$ELEMENTNAME$$ $ in the Periodic Table.
- Size of Atoms
- The covalent radius of a chlorine atom, for example, is half the distance between the nuclei of the atoms in a Cl2 molecule.
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