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What is an inert atom?

  It an atom that is extremely unreactive. The most inert atoms are the noble gases: helium (He), neon (Ne), argon (Ar), krypton (Kr) and xenon (Xe). Their valence electro (MORE)

What is inert absorbent?

An inert absorbent is used for chemical or toxic spills. Inertabsorbents are usually yellow in color and include clay,vermiculite, sand, Oil-Dri, and Flor-Dri.

What is the definition of inert?

The word "inert" is used to describe something that is in a state  of doing nothing. In terms of chemistry, a substance is inert if it  is not chemically reactive.

Is iron inert?

Iron is a 'd' block element with electronic config. 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s2 3d6. Iron tends to loose the outermost 4s2 electrons to form Fe2+ and later form Fe3+ quickly to at (MORE)

Is lead inert?

yes No. Inert elements have an outer electron  shell which is exactly filled to capacity. Some of the inert  elements are helium, neon, argon, and krypton. These are also  (MORE)
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Why is dinitrogen inert?

dinitrogen has triple bond and non polar character due to triple bond it has high bond dissociation energy and do not react under normal conditions however, it may react a (MORE)

Is passive inert?

Yes, these words are very close in meaning. "Inert" means inactive, whereas "passive" means receiving action rather than initiating it.
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What is an inert medication?

When studying the effect (efficacy) of a medication, researchers will give some subjects doses of the medication under study and others an inactive or inert doses to see the r (MORE)