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Problem: The species F -, and Na+ all have the same number of electrons. Which is the predicted order when they are arranged in order of decreasing size (largest first)? a) F - > Ne > Na + b) Ne > Na + > F - c) Na+ > F - > Ne d) F - > Na + > Ne

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The species F -, and Na+ all have the same number of electrons. Which is the predicted order when they are arranged in order of decreasing size (largest first)?

a) F - > Ne > Na +

b) Ne > Na + > F -

c) Na+ > F - > Ne

d) F - > Na + > Ne

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