Chart of size and measures of atoms.
Ferman's table of the elements.
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Chart of size and measures of atoms.
Simple formula.
Warning: This chart is obtained by mean of my Atomic Model.

The simplest formula to obtain the dimensions of atoms could be:

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For example:
Uranium, atomic weight 238; ------ root-6th of 238 = 2,49 Atrong. of diameter --- 1,245 of radius
Hydrogen, atomic weight 1; ---------- root-6th of 1 = 1 Atrong. of diameter -------- 0,5 of radius
Iron, of atomic weight 56; ---------- root-6th of 56 = 1,96 Atrong. of diameter ---- 0,98 of radius

Where we obtain the diameter of any element by mean of the sixth roof of the atomic weight Aw, given in Amstrongs.
As we can deduce from the general formula: "In atoms their volume and atomic density grow proportionally to the square root of their atomic weight".
To see more about the formulas for the atomic dimensions, you can visit the web on mi Atomic Model.

Note.- The current measures on the atomic radii are erroneous (I think) since they don't take in mind the inter-atomic vacuum that separate atoms as for the structure of the last gravitational layer.
Say, in similar atoms their electronegative or electropositive potential produce rejection and make them to be more separate some from other ones; and the neutral potential allows them to be nearer and more cohesive, reason for which these elements are more dense, harder and heavier, as we can see in the rainbow table of the elements.
(For instance, the lithium atom with 3 electrons can not have bigger radius than the iridium atom with 77 potential electrons).
> In gases the inter-atomic vacuum is very big, although their atomic radii continue being the same ones.

Conclusion

Inwardly: The dimensions of atoms such as their atomic diameter, interior atomic density, etc., depend on their nuclear mass exclusively.
Outwardly: On the other hand, the dimensions and density of molecules and materials also depend on the interrelation among their atoms, keeping in mind the characteristics of their last gravitational layers (or valency) and on their magnetic fields because they fit the distance and situation that atoms must have inside these materials.

"Rainbow" or physical table of the elements
Electronic shells table of the elements

NOTE: This table is free to be used and reproduced with mention of its author.

Examples of distribution of shells of electrons:
Hydrogen ( 1 ); Helium ( 2 )
Carbon ( 2, 4, ); Neon ( 2, 8 )
Aluminium ( 2, 8, 3 ); Chlorine ( 2, 8, 7 ); Argon ( 2, 8, 8 )
Chromium ( 2, 8, 8, 6); Germanium ( 2, 8, 8, 14 ); Krypton ( 2, 8, 8, 18 )
Zirconium ( 2, 8, 8, 18, 4 ); Cadmium ( 2, 8 , 8, 18, 12 ); Xenon ( 2, 8, 8 ,18, 18 )
Barium ( 2, 8, 8, 18, 18, 2 ); Iridium ( 2, 8, 8, 18, 18, 23 ); Radon ( 2, 8, 8, 18, 18, 32 )
Uranium ( 2, 8, 8, 18, 18, 32, 6 )

* As we can deduce from the tables of the elements, the Pascal's Triangle is not the correct method of electrons shells distribution, but the one of layers duplication ( A,B ) with 2N2 electrons each one in ascending velue. Shells ( A, B ) = ( 2N2, 2N2).

Gravitational layers A and B: ( Rotational phase-shift )
They are the duplication of gravitation layers taken place by each one of the faces ( frontal B and posterior A ) of the atomic nuclei in rotation.

This is because of when rotating the atomic nuclei, each one of the faces (frontal B and posterior A) moves in contrary sense in relation to any external gravitational field f , and therefore, the lines of gravitation tend to be added in two different blocks, creating two types of superimposed gravitational layers: All the lines belonging to the face A unite forming the layers and gravitation fields A; and the lines of gravitation belonging to the frontal face B unite among them forming the fields and gravitational layers B.

As we can see, the first layer (1-A) doesn't have electrons due to this layer is situated inside the own atomic nucleus.
* From the Ferman atomic model postulates: In the same sense, in the big atoms due to their great cohesion and compression, their first layers 1-B, 2-A, 2-B etc., also go being described inside the nuclear space and they go getting lost, lasting with electrons alone the exterior gravitational layers.

* As we can observe, the atomic periphery is structured by means of duplicated Sh(A,B) gravitational layers of great amplitude, containing each one of them several magnetic orbits 2N2 (0, 2; 8,8; 18,18; 32, 32) to different levels and distance from the nucleus, each one of which attracts, captures and fixes to an electron.
Therefore the magnetic orbits are those that have the potential of attraction, distribution and managing of electrons, but not the central nucleus, something similar to the situation of the iron filings around a magnet.

Therefore, the atoms would work in the following way:
The nuclei create potential magnetic orbits; and the magnetic orbits attract, capture and fix to electrons on them.

Chart of atomic measures.

Below, I expose table of atomic measures:
Separation is the distance among atomic nuclei in any material.
The interatomic vacuum comes referenced by the coefficient of molecular porosity regarding to that the water has.

Separation and diameter are given in amstrongs.

Symbol ---- Name -------- A.Weight --- Density ------ Weight (10-24g )--- Coef. Porosity -- Separation --- Diameter
H Hydrogen 1 0,00009 1,67 Gas x2 33,37 1
He Helium 4 0,000178 6,64 Gas 33,37 1,26
------------ ------------ ----- Second -- Gravity - Layer --- 8 ------------- ------------- -------------
Li Lithium 7 0,535 11,62 0,72 2,79 1,37
Be Beryllium 9 1,848 14,94 0,27 2,01 1,45
B Boron 11 2,460 18,26 0,25 1,95 1,49
C Carbon 12 2,267 19,92 0,30 2,07 1,51
N Nitrogen 14 0,001251 23,24 Gas x2 33,37 1,55
O Oxigen 16 0,001429 26,56 Gas x2 33,37 1,59
F Fluorine 19 0,0017 31,54 Gas x2 33,37 1,63
Ne Neon 20,19 0,000899 33,51 Gas 33,37 1,65
------------ ------------ ----- Third -- Gravity - Layer --- 8 ------------- ------------- -------------
Na Sodium 23 0,968 38,18 1,33 3,41 1,68
Mg Magnesium 24 1,738 39,84 0,77 2,84 1,70
Al Aluminum 27 2,781 44,82 0,54 2,53 1,73
Si Silicon 28 2,330 46,48 0,67 2,71 1,75
P Phosphorus 31 1,823 51,46 0,94 3,04 1,77
S Sulfur 32 1,960 53,12 0,90 3,00 1,78
Cl Chlorine 35,5 0,00314 58,93 Gas x2 33,37 1,81
Ar Argon 39,95 0,00178 66,32 Gas 33,37 1,85
------------ ------------ ----Fourth -- Gravity - Layer --- 18 ------------- ------------- -------------
K Potassium 39 0,856 64,74 2,54 4,23 1,84
Ca Calcium 40 1,550 66,40 1,44 3,50 1,86
Sc Scandium 44,95 2,985 74,64 0,84 2,93 1,88
Ti Titanum 47,87 4,51 79,49 0,59 2,60 1,90
V Vanadium 50,94 6 84,59 0,47 2,41 1,92
Cr Chromium 52 7,19 86,35 0,40 2,29 1,93
Mn Manganese 54,94 7,21 91,93 0,42 2,33 1,95
Fe Iron 56 7,900 92,96 0,40 2,28 1,96
Co Cobalt 58,93 8,9 97,86 0,37 2,23 1,97
Ni Nickel 59 8,800 97,94 0,37 2,23 1,98
Cu Copper 63 8,900 104,58 0,39 2,27 2,00
Zn Zinc 65,4 7,14 108,60 0,51 2,48 2,01
Ga Galium 70 5,904 116,20 0,66 2,70 2,03
Ge Germanium 72,64 5,323 120,63 0,76 2,83 2,04
As Arsenic 75 5,727 124,50 0,73 2,79 2,05
Se Selenium 79 4,810 131,14 0,91 3,01 2,07
Br Bromine 80 3,119 132,80 1,42 3,49 2,08
Kr Krypton 83,80 0,00374 139,11 Gas 33,37 2,09
------------ ------------ ----- Fifth -- Gravity - Layer --- 18 ------------- ------------- -------------
Rb Rubidium 86 1,532 142,76 3,12 4,53 2,10
Sr Strontium 87,62 2,64 145,50 1,86 3,81 2,11
Y Yttrium 88,9 4,472 147,63 1,11 3,21 2,11
Zi Zirconium 91,22 6,52 151,48 0,78 2,85 2,12
Nb Neobium 92,9 8,57 154,27 0,60 2,62 2,13
Mo Molybdenum 96 10,280 159,36 0,52 2,49 2,14
Tc Technetium 98 11 162,74 0,49 2,45 2,15
Ru Ruthenium 101 12,45 167,72 0,45 2,38 2,16
Rh Rhodium 102 12,41 169,38 0,46 2,39 2,16
Pd Palladium 106 12,023 175,96 0,49 2,44 2,18
Ag Silver 107 10,500 177,62 0,56 2,56 2,18
Cd Cadmium 112,4 8,65 186,65 0,72 2,78 2,20
In Indium 115 7,310 190,90 0,87 2,96 2,21
Sn Tin 119 7,310 197,54 0,90 3,00 2,22
Sb Antimony 122 6,697 202,52 1,01 3,12 2,23
Te Tellurium 128 6,240 212,48 1,14 3,24 2,25
I Iodine 127 4,940 210,82 1,42 3,49 2,24
Xe Xenon 131,30 0,00585 217,95 Gas 33,37 2,25
------------ ------------ ----- Sixth -- Gravity - Layer --- 32 ------------- ------------- -------------
Cs Cesium 133 1,879 220,78 3,93 4,90 2,26
Ba Barium 137 3,510 227,42 2,17 4,01 2,27
La Lanthanum 138,9 6,162 230,66 1,26 3,35 2,27
Ce Cerium 140,116 6,77 232,68 1,15 3,25 2,28
Pr Proseodymium 140,9 6,77 233,98 1,16 3,26 2,28
Nd Neodimiun 144,24 7,01 239,52 1,14 3,24 2,29
Pm Prometium 145 7,26 240,79 1,11 3,21 2,29
Sa Samarium 150,36 7,52 249,69 1,12 3,22 2,30
Eu Europium 151,96 5,264 * 252,34 1,59 * 3,62 * 2,31
Gd Gadolinium 157,25 7,9 261,13 1,11 3,21 2,32
Tb Terbium 158,9 8,23 263,87 1,07 3,17 2,33
Dy Dysprosium 162,5 8,54 269,85 1,06 3,16 2,34
Ho Holmium 164,9 8,79 273,83 1,05 3,15 2,34
Er Erbium 167,26 9,066 277,75 1,03 3,13 2,35
Tm Thulium 168,9 9,32 280,48 1,01 3,11 2,35
Yb Ytterbium 173 6,90 * 287,28 1,39 * 3,46 * 2,36
Lu Lutetium 174,97 9,84 290,56 0,99 3,09 2,37
Hf Hafnium 178,49 13,31 296,40 0,74 2,81 2,37
Ta Tantalum 180,95 16,69 300,49 0,60 2,62 2,38
W Tungsten 184 19,250 305,44 0,53 2,51 2,39
Re Rhenium 186,2 21,02 309,20 0,49 2,45 2,39
Os Osmium 190 22,610 315,40 0,47 2,41 2,40
Ir Iridium 193 22,650 320,38 0,47 2,42 2,41
Pt Platinum 195 21,500 323,70 0,50 2,47 2,41
Au Gold 197 19,300 327,02 0,57 2,57 2,41
Hg Mercury 201 13,600 333,66 0,82 2,90 2,42
Tl Tallium 204,38 11,85 339,39 0,96 3,06 2,43
Pb Lead 207 11,600 343,62 1,00 3,10 2,43
Bi Bismuth 209 9,780 346,94 1,19 3,29 2,44
Po Polonium 209 9,196 347,07 1,26 3,35 2,44
At Astatine 210 ------ 348,73 ------ ------ 2,44
Rd Radon 222 0,00973 368,52 Gas 33,37 2,46
------------ ------------ ---Seventh -- Gravity - Layer ----- ------------- ------------- -------------
Fr Francium 223 1,87 370,31 6,65 5,83 2,46
Ra Radium 226 5,000 375,16 2,52 4,22 2,47
Ac Actinium 227 10,070 376,82 1,25 3,34 2,47
To Thorium 232 11,7 385,26 1,11 3,21 2,48
Pa Protactinium 231 15,37 383,60 0,84 2,92 2,48
U Uranium 238 18,700 395,08 0,70 2,76 2,49
Np Neptunium 237 20,45 393,56 0,65 2,68 2,49
Pu Plutonio 244 19,8 405,19 0,68 2,73 2,50
Am Americium 243 12 403,53 1,13 3,23 2,50

Gases

Symbol ---- Name -------- A.Weight --- Density ------ Weight (10-24g )--- Coef. Porosity -- Separation --- Diameter
H Hydrogen 1 0,00009 1,67 ------ 33,37 1
He Helium 4 0,000178 6,64 ------ 33,37 1,26
Ne Neon 20,19 0,000899 33,51 ------ 33,37 1,65
Ar Argon 39,95 0,00178 66,32 ------ 33,37 1,85
Kr Krypton 83,80 0,00374 139,11 ------ 33,37 2,09
Xe Xenon 131,30 0,00585 217,95 ------ 33,37 2,25
Rd Radon 222 0,00973 368,52 ------ 33,37 2,46
N Nitrogen 14 0,001251 23,24 ------ 33,37 1,55
O Oxigen 16 0,001429 26,56 ------ 33,37 1,59
F Fluorine 19 0,0017 31,54 ------ 33,37 1,63
Cl Chlorine 35,5 0,00314 58,93 ------ 33,37 1,81

Now below we are general formula for dimensions of atoms and their parameters of building