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8 November, 07:45

The noble gases are inert. This means they a. exist as gases at room temperature. b. undergo many chemical reactions. c. lose and gain electrons easily. d. undergo very few chemical reactions.

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  1. 8 November, 09:32


    The noble gases are said to be inert because they undergo very few chemical reactions. They enjoy their status by having completely filled electron shells and do not have any reason whatsoever to go into chemical reactions. Most elements otherwise go into chemical reactions principally to enjoy the stability of these elements.

    Noble gases can be found in the last group of the periodic table.
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