Ionic Radius of Fluorine ☢️ (F) rev. 2022 [& Discovery, Color, Uses ...

All atom's ions have an ionic radius, even Fluorine. Ok so what is the ionic radius of a Fluorine ion?

In the case of Fluorine the ionic radius is 1.33 (-1) Å. Speaking of Fluorine, let me walk you through some interesting details...

Fluorine Facts

Fluorine Ionic Radius

1.33 (-1) Å


Discovered By: Henri Moissan
Year: 1886
Location: France

Atomic Mass


Learn more about the atomic mass.


Used in refrigerants and other fluorocarbons. Also in toothpaste as sodium fluoride (NaF) and stannous fluoride (SnF2); also in Teflon.


Found in the minerals fluorite (CaF2) and cryolite(Na3AlF6). Electrolysis of hydrofluoric acid (HF) or potassium acid fluoride (KHF2) is the only practical method of commercial production.


Greenish-yellow, pungent, corrosive gas. Extremely reactive. Does not occur uncombined in nature.

Atomic Symbol


Name Origin

Latin: fluere (flow).

State at 20 °C


Atomic Number


Learn more about the atomic number.

Want to learn more details and data about Fluorine (F)? Check my Elements Comprehensive List.


Are you having trouble understanding the basics of atomic elements? This video will walk you through:
  • What is an element
  • What is a substance
  • What Elements look like
  • How a small number of atoms can be joined and form completely different substances

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