# Problem: Place the following atoms in order of increasing atomic radii (smallest to largest):S, Cl, Se, and As.a. Cl &lt; S &lt; Se &lt; Asb. S &lt; Cl &lt; As &lt; Sec. S &lt; Cl &lt; Se &lt; Asd. As &lt; Se &lt; S &lt; Cle. Se &lt; As &lt; S &lt; Cl

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Place the following atoms in order of increasing atomic radii (smallest to largest):

S, Cl, Se, and As.

a. Cl < S < Se < As

b. S < Cl < As < Se

c. S < Cl < Se < As

d. As < Se < S < Cl

e. Se < As < S < Cl

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