• anonymous
When is an atom unlikely to react and form chemical bonds?
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  • anonymous
When it has already lost so much energy and not anymore to loose...or you can say when its broke :P More the energy of the system more the instability if you understand the term del S or entropy of a system, then dont confuse more energy with more entropy, both are using different energies
  • arindameducationusc
when its valence shell is full This is why the Noble gasses are considered to be highly unreactive or to do not react easily to form chemical bonds
  • sohailiftikhar
when it will stable that's simple thing to know .

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