Problem: Which is the larger species in each pair? a. Li o r Li+b. Cs1- o r Cs+ c. Cr1-  or Cr3+d. O or O2-

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Which is the larger species in each pair? 

a. Li o r Li+

b. Cs1- o r Cs

c. Cr1-  or Cr3+

d. O or O2-

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