Answer to Question #202312 in Inorganic Chemistry for someone

Question #202312

Why are noble gases, like helium and krypton, unlikely to form a bond?


  • They have full valence orbitals and already have low energy.
  • They always have an equal number of protons and electrons.
  • They are nonmetals and gases and therefore their ionization energy is too high to form a bond.
  • They do not have valence electrons and therefore cannot form bonds by sharing or trading electrons.

its NOT: They are nonmetals and gases and therefore their ionization energy is too high to form a bond.



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Expert's answer
2021-06-07T03:16:12-0400
  • They have full valence orbitals and already have low energy.

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