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An an octahedral complex with all strong field ligands, which ion has the larger radius, Fe2+ or Co2+? What are the rules for known the size of the ion with respect if its a weak or strong field ligand?
The radius is the distance from the center of a circle or sphere to its outer edge.
To measure the radius of a circle, you can use a ruler or measuring tape to measure the distance from the center of the circle to any point on the outer edge.
A sphere has a larger radius than a circle because it is a three-dimensional shape with a curved surface, while a circle is a two-dimensional shape with a flat surface.
The radius of a circle is half the length of its diameter. This means that if you know the radius, you can find the diameter by multiplying the radius by 2.
No, the radius of a circle cannot be negative. It is a physical measurement of distance, and distance cannot be negative.