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The sodium atom loses an electron to form a sodium ion (Na+). Which statement is correct with respect to its atomic radius? The sodium ion has a larger radius than the atom. The sodium ion has a smaller radius than the atom. The sodium ion and the sodium atom radii are the same size. The sodium ion has twice the radius of the sodium atom.

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