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Do you understand the term ‘isoelectronic’?
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Isoelectronic refers to having the same numbers of electrons or the same electronic structure.

Atoms and ions can have the same electron configuration and this will be known as isoelectronic. Examples of isoelectronic particles are N3–, O2–, Ne, Mg2+, and Al3+ .
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