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lily231456

  • one year ago

what doesn't oxygen react with?

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  1. kugler97
    • one year ago
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    Oxygen reacts with multiple things so an example would be that oxygen and hydrogen react to form water and just simple things like that lol

  2. ScienceGuy
    • one year ago
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    Nobel Gases do not react with oxygen as a nobel gas is defined as having all 8 of its valence electrons occupied and as a result cannot combine not only with oxygen but any other elements for that matter (In theory).

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