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2016-03-16T11:40:11+05:30
K+ is larger than Na+ because the ionic radius increases in a particular group on moving from top to bottom due to increase in the principle energy shell though the number or electrons in the valence shell remain the same.

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2016-03-16T11:40:20+05:30
K+. Due to the presence of an extra shell
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