Is krypton corrosive?
Krypton, KR on the Periodic Table of Elements is one of the Noble Gases. It is inert (atomically stable) in its pure form. It is in our atmosphere, about 1 ppm. It is not corrosive (it isn't an oxidizing agent). Krypton does not react with water, air, acids or base.
Yes. For many years it was believed that krypton (Kr) was totally inert. However, around 50 years ago, it was found that it did react with fluorine gas to form krypton difluoride (KrF2). Since then the following compounds of Kr have also been created/found: Krypton Tetrachloride KrCl4 Krypton Hexabromine KrBr6 Krypton Dichromate Kr2Cr2O7 Krypton Chromate KrCrO4 Krypton Tetrafluoride KrF4 Krypton Dioxide KrO2