isostere

One of two or more atoms or molecules having the same electron arrangement; e.g., N2 and CO. ... Origin: iso-+ G. Stereos, solid ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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isostere

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī′sō-stēr Definitions: 1. One of two or more atoms or molecules having the same electron arrangement, N2 and CO.
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Isostere

Classical Isosteres are molecules or ions with the same number of atoms and/or the same number of valence electrons. The definition was later revised to include compounds with similarly reactive electron shells. For example, Hydrogen ion and Fluoride are classical isosteres because they both have relatively small nuclei and their outer valence she...
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isostere

line connecting points of equal specific volume of a substance
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