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How to find isoelectronic species. Give some examples

How to find isoelectronic species. Give some examples

Grade:11

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sagar kumar
99 Points
3 years ago
The term "isoelectronic" means "equal electric", or more specifically, equal charge. Isoelectronic species are elements or ions that have the same, or equal number of electrons. This module explores that although isoelectronic species have the same number of electrons, they are different in their physical and chemical properties

A series of isoelectronic ions can be made from any any number or series of elements. For example, elements coming before and after noble gases form isoelectronic ions by gaining or losing electrons until they have the same number of electrons as the noble gas .

The electron configuration for Argon (Ar) is 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6

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These are elements in different ionic states that have the same electron count. For example, oxide, fluoride, neon, and sodium

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