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Noble gases have a full outer energy level and are inactive. These atoms are considered _____. neutral inert an anion a cation
Noble gases have a full outer energy level and are inactive. These atoms are considered INERT.
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User: Noble gases have a full outer energy level and are inactive. These atoms are considered _____. neutral inert an anion a cation





Weegy: Noble gases have a full outer energy level and are inactive. These atoms are considered INERT.
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User: A neutral pH level is _____. 5 7 8

Weegy: A neutral pH level is 5.
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