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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)
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What is chemical inertness?

  Chemical inertness means no or very less ability to react with other elements or compounds , it depends mainly on the valency of elements. elements usually react with ot (MORE)

What is an inert missile?

Basically, a deactivated missile. Typically, an inert missile will either be a purpose built dummy, or a live missile, with its propellant and warhead removed.
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Which are the inert gases?

They are the noble gasses helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon and radon and also less importantly the highly unstable and virtually non existent in nature: ununoctium. These (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.

Is magnesium inert?

Magnesium rapidly combines with many different elements, and violently reacts with hydrogen chloride. The last word I would use to describe it is inert. Look to the right si (MORE)

What are inert polymers?

If a polymer is INERT it means that it will not react with anything or the speed of reaction is extremely slow. so inert=unreactive
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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)

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)