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The following six ions contain the same number of electrons. Rank them in order of decreasing ionic radii.
 
Rank from largest to smallest radius. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.
 
Sb3-
Cs+
I-
Te2-
La3+
Ba2+ 

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