When is an atom unlikely to react and form chemical bonds?

When is an atom unlikely to react and form chemical bonds?

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An atom is unlikely to react when it is stable. That is when it's shell is complete. Due to the completion of the shell, no other electron can combine through any form of bonding. Hope i helped.
When the outer valence shell is full with electrons. This is shown by the lack of reactivity of the noble gases.

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An atom is unlikely to react when it is stable. That is when it's shell is complete. Due to the completion of the shell, no other electron can combine through any form of bonding. Hope i helped.
An atom is unlikely to react when it's stable. That's when it's shell is complete. Due to the completion of the shell, no other electron can combine through any form of bonding!
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An atom is unlikely to react when its highest energy level has been filled.
Fission and fusion are two processes that release very little amounts of energy.
If the atom is in the far right column of the period table as they are unreactive elements, and also when all the electrons are filled within the element.

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MgCl2+Na2O>mgO+Na2Cl2
Noble gases do not react because they have a full outer shell so they do not need to gain or lose electrons

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