The ionic radius is the measure of an atoms ion in a crystal lattice. It is defined as half the distance between two different atoms that are just barely touching. The ionic radius is the distance between the nucleus and the electron in the outermost shell of an ion. The ionic radius may be larger or smaller than the atomic radius (radius of a neutral atom of an element), depending on the electric charge of the ion. The ionic radius of an atom is measured by calculating its spatial proportions in an ionic bond with another ion within a crystal lattice. However, it is to consistently and accurately determine the proportions of the ionic bonds.
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