It does depend a fair amount on the poo particles. The smallest atom is a hydrogen atom (37 picometers) whereas some larger atoms more than 5 times larger (lanthanum is 187 picometers). If the atom is an ion, it will also change it's radius significantly (positive ions are smaller and negative ions are larger than the neutral atom).
By the size of the atom and its mass
The atom itself would be the size of an NFL stadium.
The same size as it is in a Helium atom
An atom is the size of an orange compared to the Earth.
These factors determine the size of an atom:polar pull from protons on electronsthe charge of the atom/ion and it's general size
No. It is the only way to measure an atom because the orbital is the outer part of the atom and determines its size.
The physical size of an atom is largely determined by the size of the electron cloud.
The size of uranium atom depends on the number of electron around it
If the total atom was the size of a football field, then the nucleus would be the size of an apple in the middle of the field.
The volume of an atom is determined by the size of its electron cloud. Most of the mass of an atom is in the nucleus.
The nucleus is one ten thousandth of the size of the rest of the atom.
Keeping track atom sizes can be rather difficult. The size of a hydrogen atom is 120pm and its weight is 1.00794 u.
The size of the ion is larger than the size of the neutral atom.
The size of an atom refers to the typical distance from the nucleus to the boundary of the surrounding cloud of electrons.
No. Electronegativity decreases as the size of the atom increase. As you go across a row in the periodic table, you will see that electronegativity increases and the size of the atom decreases. Similarly, as you go down a column you will notice that the size of the atom increases and electronegativity decreases.
Compared to the size of an atom, No! If an atom were the size of an average sized home, a neutron would be the size of a speck of dust.
When an atom gains an electron it increases in size, and when it loses an electron it decreases in size.
How does the size of a negative ion compare to the size of the atom that formed ?A) It is Large (Correct)B) It is smallerC) It is the same size
That depends on your definition of 'nucleus'. The nucleus or core of an atom is, obviously, smaller than the atom as a whole. But seeing as you placed this question in biology, a cellular nucleus is many billions of times the size of an atom.
THIS is the electron cloud.
The anion is larger than the original atom.
The size of cation decreases as compared to its atom. this is due to removal of electron.
The size of anion increases as compared to its atom. This is due to addition of electron.
Anion will have more electron than which atom it was form. So, after forming the the atom will have more electron cloud and size will be smaller compare to the original one.