Atomic Radius of Fluorine


FOR reasons explained in a forthcoming paper, I suggest the use of the term ‘di-atom’ in place of ‘diatomic molecule’ in spectroscopic nomenclature.

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    C. H. Douglas Clark, NATURE, 133, 873, June 9, 1934.

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CLARK, C. Atomic Radius of Fluorine. Nature 134, 99–100 (1934).

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