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Why Noble gases are mostly chemically inert?

The inertness to chemical reactivity of noble gases is attributed to the following reasons:

(1)The noble gases except helium (1s2) have completely filled ns2np6 electronic configuration in their valence shell.

(2) They have high ionisation enthalpy and more positive electron gain enthalpy.

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