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The estimation of "absolute" ionic radii from electron density maps, long after the establishment of the internally consistent and closely comparable sets of empirical ionic radii discussed abm·e, complicated the situation somewhat. , MgO, and CaF 2 , indicated the empirical ionic radii to be systematically in error by approximately 15 pm cations being too small, anions too large. by this amount. A comprehensive set of c1:vsta/ radii was therefore established to take into account the electron density results.
Id for elements which form metallic phases and cations. In the case of elements which form anions. the ionic radius is much greater than the covalent and is slightly greater than the van der Waals radius. For instance, in the case of bromine the radii ri. , r, 0 ", and H. are I 96, 185, 11-l, and 112 pm respectiYely. It is interesting to note that the ionic radius of a halide ion x- is similar to the van der Waals radius of the isoelectronic noble gas atom. For instance. ri (Br) = 196 pm whereas rw(Kr) = 202 pm.
3 Ionic radius From X-ray or neutron diffraction studies we know only the distance between the nuclei of neighbouring cations and anions. The difficulty lies in dividing such distances into a contribution from the cation, r +• and from the anion, r_. To tackle [Ch. 3 Radii and their changes in the Main-Group elements 28 this problem one should note that when ions (as a rule anions) of the same element touch each other in an ionic lattice then the radius of the anion is half the internuclear distance.