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Which neutral atom is isoelectronic with o+?

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Isoelectronic means an equal number of electrons.

O + is formed when an O atom loses 1 electron.

The number of electrons of a neutral atom O equals the number of protons.

The number of protons identifies the atomic number and location of the element in the periodic table.

The positon O in the periodic table is A = 8, so it has 8 electrons and O + has 8 – 1 = 7 electrons.

The neutral atom with one electron is less than O of the left element O in the periodic table (A = 7). That feature is N.

Thus, N is the isoelectronic neutral atom with O + (both have 7 electrons).