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Neon, argon, radon and the like are a snobby bunch. They don't like to make compounds with the other elements. What name, synonymous with 'stately', has been given to these gases?

1. Noble gases
2. Loner gases
3. Standalone gases
4. High gases

 


 

 

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Neon, argon, radon and the like are a snobby bunch. They don't like to make compounds with the other elements. What name, synonymous with 'stately', has been given to these gases?

Correct answer:
 
Noble gases

Incorrect answers:
Standalone gases
High gases
Loner gases

Interesting Info:
They have full electron shells, so they aren't looking to get any ions from anyone!