Why are noble gases chemically inert?


Why are noble gases chemically inert?

Noble Gases:

The noble gases are a group of elements that make up Group 0 on the Periodic Table of Elements. These elements include helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, and radon.

Answer and Explanation:

Elements that are chemically inert don't form compounds with other elements. This is because the electrons in their outer shell are stable, so they...

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