All argon gas is inert.
No, Argon is an inert gas......
No, it is an inert gas.
None. Argon is an inert gas.
Argon is an inert gas used by welders.
Argon is an inert, or noble, gas and will not burn.
Argon is an inert gas, and an inert gas does not want to combine with anything else. There is no compound name for a lithium and argon compound because there is no lithium and argon compound.
Argon is a inert gas it cannot form argon triflouride
Argon typically does not combine with anything. It is an inert and noble gas.
Argon is a noble gas. It is inert, so it usually has no charge.