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How large is a typical atomic nucleus, and how does the size of the nucleus of an atom compare with the overall size of the atom?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Interpret the size of nucleus of atom and compare its size with overall size of atom.

Concept Introduction:

Periodic table consist of number of elements arranged according to their atomic number. The atomic number increases from left to right by single unit.

The size of orbit depends on number of electrons present in an atom and its arrangement. Atoms arranged from left to right get decrease in their size to increased nuclear charge.

Element consist of number of atom such as atomic number is equivalent to number of proton present in atom.

Explanation

Size of nucleus is present in range of 1 fm to 15 fm which depends on the size of atom. For heavier atom the nuclear size increases upto 15 fm...

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