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Element

Batsanov Crystallographic Van Der Waals Radius

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Aluminum

2.1×102 pm

Antimony

2.2×102 pm

Arsenic

205 pm

Barium

2.7×102 pm

Beryllium

1.9×102 pm

Bismuth

2.3×102 pm

Boron

1.8×102 pm

Bromine

1.9×102 pm

Cadmium

2.2×102 pm

Calcium

2.4×102 pm

Carbon

1.7×102 pm

Cesium

3.0×102 pm

Chlorine

1.8×102 pm

Chromium

205 pm

Cobalt

2.0×102 pm

Copper

2.0×102 pm

Fluorine

1.5×102 pm

Gallium

2.1×102 pm

Germanium

2.1×102 pm

Gold

2.1×102 pm

Hafnium

225 pm

Indium

2.2×102 pm

Iodine

2.1×102 pm

Iridium

2.0×102 pm

Iron

205 pm

Lanthanum

2.5×102 pm

Lead

2.3×102 pm

Lithium

2.2×102 pm

Magnesium

2.2×102 pm

Manganese

205 pm

Mercury

205 pm

Molybdenum

2.1×102 pm

Nickel

2.0×102 pm

Niobium

215 pm

Nitrogen

1.6×102 pm

Osmium

2.0×102 pm

Oxygen

155 pm

Palladium

205 pm

Phosphorus

195 pm

Platinum

205 pm

Potassium

2.8×102 pm

Rhenium

205 pm

Rhodium

2.0×102 pm

Rubidium

2.9×102 pm

Ruthenium

205 pm

Scandium

2.3×102 pm

Selenium

1.9×102 pm

Silicon

2.1×102 pm

Silver

2.1×102 pm

Sodium

2.4×102 pm

Strontium

255 pm

Sulfur

1.8×102 pm

Tantalum

2.2×102 pm

Technetium

205 pm

Tellurium

2.1×102 pm

Thallium

2.2×102 pm

Thorium

2.4×102 pm

Tin

225 pm

Titanium

215 pm

Tungsten

2.1×102 pm

Uranium

2.3×102 pm

Vanadium

205 pm

Yttrium

2.4×102 pm

Zinc

2.1×102 pm

Zirconium

2.3×102 pm

Reference    (Click the button next to a value above to see complete citation information for that entry)

Batsanov, S. S. "Van der Waals Radii of Elements." Inorganic Materials, volume 37, number 9, 2001, pp. 871–885. See abstract