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Providing reasoning, what is the trend in the atomic radius of row 3 elements across the periodic table?

Decreasing atomic radius across the periodic table.

- greater number of protons in the nucleus resulting in a greater nuclear charge.

- little/no change in shielding.

- electrons added to same shell.

- overall the atomic radius becomes smaller.

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