carbon is chemically active
Covalent Bond. Chemically Active. The only elements that are inert are group 18, or 8A.
Oxygen is a rather chemically active element.
Gold is active, or at least not inert. Only the noble gases are inert.
An element is chemically active till it does not attain an inert gas configuration.
Active. VERY active. Sometimes, EXPLOSIVELY active.
Plutonium is not an inert chemical element, plutonium is very active.
Noble gases are chemically inert.
Carbon is an active element in Group 14. There are only a handful of elements that are inert, and they are located in Group 18.
Argon is chemically inert. It doesn't react with carbon.
When it reacts easily with other elements or compounds.
No. helium is chemically inert as it has completely filled orbitals.
aluminum is low. when you have elements there either active, inert, moderately active, high, or low. aluminum is low.
no. helium is chemically inert and will not form bond with any element (including carbon)
Helium will not react with carbon as helium is chemically inert.
yes argon is chemically inert because its valence shell is complete.
According to the English language, to be inert means to be in a form or state of doing little or practically nothing. In chemistry, the word inert is usually used to illustrate something that is not chemically active.
It is a crystalline allotropic modification of carbon. Diamonds are hardest element known and is chemically very inert.
Noble gases are chemically inert. They have completely filled orbitals, hence are generally non-reactive (or chemically inert).
They are chemically inert due to the absence of pi bonds and polarity.
Noble gases are all gases and not solids. In addition they are generally chemically inert as they have completely filled orbitals. Also the most active solids are generally found in group 1
Helium has completely filled valence electrons (stable electronic configuration) and hence is chemically inert.
Unstable isotopes can be chemically reactive.
chemically active means an active chemical.
Helium has completely filled orbitals and is hence chemically inert.
inert as in the inert gases or "noble" gases
No. Polonium is a solid at room temperature and is not chemically inert.
Alkanes are chemically inert because alkanes contain four sigma bonds and sigma bonds require greater amount of energy for breakin so alkanes are chemically inert at room temperature but reactive at high temperature
No uranium is not chemically active
Carbon, if not wiki it
It's carbon Or perhaps Florine.
Without its oxygen content the Earth's atmosphere would be composed almost entirely of nitrogen and would be chemically inert; oxygen causes the atmosphere to be chemically active (and breathable by humans).
no it is chemically inert
No. Helium is chemically inert.
Rn is the chemical symbol for Radon, an inert gas. Inert gasses don't like to react with other elements, therefore it is Calcium, whose chemical symbol is Ca, that is more reactive.
stable and chemically nonreactive, or inert.
No, helium is chemically inert
It is chemically inert and hence not harmful.
No. helium is chemically inert
group 18 elements. they are inert because they have completely filled orbitals and and stable or chemically 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.
It is very inert because the attractive forces in the atom are very strong.
Carbon monoxide is not an inert gas.
yes, as it can participate in reactions; but it is quite inert (often used as protective gas in reactions)but it is not as intert as a noble gas, which are some of the least reactive elements.
Xenon is chemically inert. So it is not flammable
helium is chemically inert.
no. helium is chemically inert
no. helium is chemically inert.
Helium is a noble gas and is chemically inert
These are the noble gases.