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Will argon tend to form bonds with other elements?

I am doing a project on elements and I was assigned argon, and I have to answer this question, but I have NO IDEA
Question asked by: Tsaritsa1

Asked on: 01 Sep 2008

No argon will not tend to form bonds unless there are extreme conditions present.

This is because as a noble gas it is stable, because the outer electron shell is 'full' and this makes it stable because it is not naturally looking to bond with other elements for a more stable electronic configuration.

By: knowitall
Replied at: 25 Sep 2008
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