isoelectronic


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isoelectronic

[¦ī·sō·i‚lek′trän·ik]
(atomic physics)
Pertaining to atoms having the same number of electrons outside the nucleus of the atom.
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Grimm's Hydride Displacement Law (1925-29) Isoelectronic pseudoatom concept
39) made an isoelectronic comparison of measured and calculated radiative lifetimes of the 5s5p [.
The transitions within n = 2 complex of boron and boron-like isoelectronic sequence include forbidden and resonance lines which are important in the study of astrophysical and Tokamak plasmas.
Dithiocarbamates from nickel group that is of platinum(II) and palladium(II), as well as of isoelectronic gold(III) showed remarkable antitumor properties and in some cases their cytotoxic activity was greater than cisplatin [2,20-24].
Anions are structurally diverse and are larger than their isoelectronic cations.
polyconjugated systems containing HC=N groups in the main chain, being isoelectronic with the corresponding PPV, also exhibit interesting electro-optical properties.
The next pair of presentations looked at some of the relationships other than groups and periods, such as the diagonal relationship, the (n) and (n+ 10) relationship, the Knight's move relationship, isoelectronic patterns, relationships among the lanthanoids and actinoids, and the concepts of "combo" and pseudo elements.
The two are isoelectronic, isostructural, and even have the same phase diagram.
We used this technique to determine the nonrelativistic ground state energies for the following members of the He isoelectronic sequence, [Li.
Sanders, From Atoms to Molecules: Isoelectronic Analogies, Edited by J.