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Solution: Arrange the following ions, Sc3+, Cl1-, K1+, S2- in order of increasing ionic size.a. Sc3+ < K1+ < S2- < Cl1-b. K1+ < Sc3+ < Cl1- <  S2-c. Sc3+ < K1+ Cl -1 < S2-d. K1+ < Sc3

Problem

Arrange the following ions, Sc3+, Cl1-, K1+, S2- in order of increasing ionic size.

a. Sc3+ < K1+ < S2- < Cl1-

b. K1+ < Sc3+ < Cl1- <  S2-

c. Sc3+ < K1+ Cl -1 < S2-

d. K1+ < Sc3+ < S2- < Cl1-