Experimental Multivalent Ionic Radii

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Gourary and Adrian1 have derived a set of new ionic radii for the alkali metal and halide ions using the experimental radii of sodium (1.17 Å) and chloride (1.64 Å) ions2 as standard. These radii are preferable for the interpretation of the observed electrochemical and thermodynamic properties of the ions in solutions. I propose to examine here the possibility of deriving a set of self-consistent multivalent ionic radii to supplement these univalent ionic radii.

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CHUA, K. Experimental Multivalent Ionic Radii. Nature 220, 1317–1319 (1968) doi:10.1038/2201317a0

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