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|HeliumHelium (He) is the an initial of the Noble Gases. The is very non-reactive. So much so, that it doesn"t form compounds v anything. Just like neon (Ne) and also argon (Ar), helium just floats around all through itself.It is non-reactive due to the fact that it"s shell is full. Helium only has one atomic shell, which filling up when it has two electrons.|
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