In ranking the ions according ionic radius:
• Count the number of electrons that each ion have
• Ion with the most number of electrons - largest ionic radius
• Ion with the least number of electrons - smallest ionic radius
Rank these ions according to ionic radius: Br -, Sr2+, Rb+, Se2-, As3-
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