How does neon react with other elements?
Neon is a noble gas, it does not ordinarily react with any other elements, at least not at normal temperature and pressure.
What element is gas at room temperature is denser than helium and does not easily react with other elements?
The elements least likely to react with other elements are the noble gases, chemically inert elements in group 8 of the periodic table and so cannot react with other elements. The noble gases are:- Helium Neon Argon Krypton Xenon Radon The metallic elements Gold and Tantalum are also very non reactive but it does react under very high pressure or temperature.
Neon is a noble gas. Meaning that it does not react with other elements. To my knowlege, there are no discovered molecules containing Neon. So the ionic charge of Neon is currently 0. (Changes may occur) The note above is to show that later on scientist may discover new elements to react with Neon which may cause Neon to gain a charge either positive or negative.
Neon is an element in the Noble Gas column on the periodic table and has a full outer electron shell and so does not react with anything, unless it is turned into an ion by adding or removing electrons. Also, elements and compounds cannot react negatively towards each other, they can either react violently, passively or not react at all.