How do you draw the orbital energy diagram of neon?

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An orbital energy diagram may show circles of electrons, orbiting a nucleus. The diagram for Neon may have two circles around the nucleus, with ten electrons on the circles total. There may be two electrons across from each other on the inner circle, and six electrons evenly spaced on the outer circle. The first circle around the nucleus signifies the first energy level. The second circle around the nucleus signifies the second energy level.
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