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i·so·e·lec·tron·ic

 (ī′sō-ĭ-lĕk-trŏn′ĭk, -ē′lĕk-)
adj.
Having equal numbers of electrons or the same electronic configuration.

isoelectronic

(ˌaɪsəʊɪlɛkˈtrɒnɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) (of atoms, radicals, or ions) having an equal number of electrons or a similar configuration of electrons

i•so•e•lec•tron•ic

(ˌaɪ soʊ ɪ lɛkˈtrɒn ɪk, -ˌi lɛk-)

adj.
noting or pertaining to atoms and ions having an equal number of electrons.
[1925–30]
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Neumark, "ZnSeTe Rediscovered: From Isoelectronic Centers to Quantum Dots," in Wide Bandgap Light Emitting Materials and Devices.
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However, it was measured in the isoelectronic spectra of [.
Polymers with imine (HC=N) linkages are isoelectronic with the HC=CH-linked derivatives and result in significant difference in the electronic and optoelectronic properties.
The isoelectronic, photostable N-ethyl derivative was obtained by direct alkylation of the parent heterocycle.
Stimulated Emission Involving the Nitrogen Isoelectronic Trap in Ga[As.
Oxon derivatives 2 and 4 (Table 1) are isoelectronic to fenitrothion 1 and methylparathion 3, respectively, and would be expected to react similarly, and yet these derivatives showed no antiandrogenic activity at the highest concentration tested ([10.
It is isoelectronic with cyanide and disrupts oxidative metabolism in a similar manner.
Water's truly special status is highlighted in Figure 3, which compares properties of the so-called isoelectronic series [H.
The isocyanate group has several isoelectronic structures shown in figure 2.
The electric dipole (E1) and quadrupole (E2), and magnetic dipole(M1) transition parameters for first-row atoms and their isoelectronic ions using multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock programme of Desclaux were performed (Cheng et al.