# What ions are isoelectronic with neon?

You can get an ion that is isoelectronic with neon by either $\text{OXIDATION}$ or $\text{REDUCTION...........}$
Neon has ($Z = 10$) has 8 valence electrons, and a full valence shell. Looking at the Periodic Table, reduction gives the anions, ${F}^{-} , {O}^{2 -} , {N}^{3 -}$ as isoelectronic species.
Equivalently, oxidation gives $A {l}^{3 +} , M {g}^{2 +} , N {a}^{+}$ as isoelectronic ions. Are you clear on the context I use with respect to $\text{oxidation}$ and $\text{reduction.........?}$