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You can also download the HD image of the above Periodic table with atomic size, later from this article. (It’s Free)

Plus I have also mentioned the Atomic radius chart for elements in this article. (You can download this too)

But before that…

I have few questions for you.

  • Do you really know what exactly is the atomic radius?
  • What is that picometer (pm) written on the Periodic table?
  • Which is the smallest atom in Periodic table?
  • Which is the largest atom in Periodic table?

I’ll clear all these doubts, 

Now let me finish few concepts very quickly.

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What exactly is the Atomic radius in Periodic table?

what is atomic radius of an element

In simple words, the distance from the center of the nucleus to the outermost orbit is known as atomic radius.

Or

The atomic radius is the half of the diameter of the atom.

How is atomic radius measured?

how is atomic radius measured

Atomic radius is measured by measuring the distance between the two adjacent atoms, and then dividing that distance by 2, we get the atomic radius.

Above image clearly shows you how the atomic radius is measured.

As you can see that the distance between two adjacent Hydrogen atoms is measured and then its half value will give you the atomic radius of that Atom.

Atomic radius is measured in…?

Picometers (pm).

Generally, the atomic radius is measured in picometers (pm).

1 pm = 10-12 m

1 picometer is equal to 10-12 meters.

Very small, isn’t it?

Yes, the atoms are very small in size. You can imagine the relative atomic size in Periodic table from the below image.

Must see: Atomic size trend in Periodic table (where you will come to know why and how the size of atoms changes across a period and along a group)

Now let’s see the atomic radius chart for elements of Periodic table.

Atomic radius chart for elements

The list of Atomic radius of elements in periodic table is mentioned below.

Atomic no. | ElementAtomic radius / Atomic size (pm)
1 | Hydrogen (H)120
2 | Helium (He)140
3 | Lithium (Li)182
4 | Beryllium (Be)153
5 | Boron (B)192
6 | Carbon (C)170
7 | Nitrogen (N)155
8 | Oxygen (O)152
9 | Fluorine (F)135
10 | Neon (Ne)154
11 | Sodium (Na)227
12 | Magnesium (Mg)173
13 | Aluminum (Al)184
14 | Silicon (Si)210
15 | Phosphorus (P)180
16 | Sulfur (S)180
17 | Chlorine (Cl)175
18 | Argon (Ar)188
19 | Potassium (K)275
20 | Calcium (Ca)231
21 | Scandium (Sc)211
22 | Titanium (Ti)187
23 | Vanadium (V)179
24 | Chromium (Cr)189
25 | Manganese (Mn)197
26 | Iron (Fe)194
27 | Cobalt (Co)192
28 | Nickel (Ni)163
29 | Copper (Cu)140
30 | Zinc (Zn)139
31 | Gallium (Ga)187
32 | Germanium (Ge)211
33 | Arsenic (As)185
34 | Selenium (Se)190
35 | Bromine (Br)183
36 | Krypton (Kr)202
37 | Rubidium (Rb)303
38 | Strontium (Sr)249
39 | Yttrium (Y)219
40 | Zirconium (Zr)186
41 | Niobium (Nb)207
42 | Molybdenum (Mo)209
43 | Technetium (Tc)209
44 | Ruthenium (Ru)207
45 | Rhodium (Rh)195
46 | Palladium (Pd)202
47 | Silver (Ag)172
48 | Cadmium (Cd)158
49 | Indium (In)193
50 | Tin (Sn)217
51 | Antimony (Sb)206
52 | Tellurium (Te)206
53 | Iodine (I)198
54 | Xenon (Xe)216
55 | Caesium (Cs)343
56 | Barium (Ba)268
57 | Lanthanum240
58 | Cerium (Ce)235
59 | Praseodymium (Pr)239
60 | Neodymium (Nd)229
61 | Promethium (Pm)236
62 | Samarium (Sm)229
63 | Europium (Eu)233
64 | Gadolinium (Gd)237
65 | Terbium (Tb)221
66 | Dysprosium (Dy)229
67 | Holmium (Ho)216
68 | Erbium (Er)216
69 | Thulium (Tm)227
70 | Ytterbium (Yb)242
71 | Lutenium (Lu)221
72 | Hafnium (Hf)212
73 | Tantalum (Ta)217
74 | Tungsten (W)210
75 | Rhenium (Re)217
76 | Osmium (Os)216
77 | Iridium (Ir)202
78 | Platinum (Pt)209
79 | Gold (Au)166
80 | Mercury (Hg)209
81 | Thallium (Tl)196
82 | Lead (Pb)202
83 | Bismuth (Bi)207
84 | Polonium (Po)197
85 | Astatine (At)202
86 | Radon (Rn)220
87 | Francium (Fr)348
88 | Radium (Ra)283
89 | Actinium (Ac)260
90 | Thorium (Th)237
91 | Protactinium (Pa)243
92 | Uranium (U)240
93 | Neptunium (Np)221
94 | Plutonium (Pu)243
95 | Americium (Am)244
96 | Curium (Cm)245
97 | Berkelium (Bk)244
98 | Californium (Cf)245
99 | Einsteinium (Es)245
100 | Fermium (Fm)
101 | Mendelevium (Md)
102 | Nobelium (No)
103 | Lawrencium (Lr)
104 | Rutherfordium (Rf)
105 | Dubnium (Db)
106 | Seaborgium (Sg)
107 | Bohrium (Bh)
108 | Hasnium (Hs)
109 | Meitnerium (Mt)
110 | Darmstadtium (Ds)
111 | Roentgenium (Rg)
112 | Copernicium (Cn)
113 | Nihonium (Nh)
114 | Flerovium (Fl)
115 | Moscovium (Mc)
116 | Livermorium (Lv)
117 | Tennessine (Ts)
118 | Oganesson (Og)

(Note: Above mentioned radii are the van der Waals radius.)

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2). You will get the detailed information about the periodic table which will convert a newbie into pro.

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