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'''Xenon''' is a [[noble gas]]. Since it is a non-reactive, it is often used in industrial processes as a coolant.
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'''Xenon''' is a [[noble gas]]. Since it is a almost completely unreactive, it is often used in industrial processes as a coolant. However, in 1962, Xenon was shown to react with [[Fluorine]], to produce Xenon Hexafluoride. Due to the masses of the heavier noble gases, it fulfills the prediction that heavier noble gases should be able to react.
 
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Latest revision as of 16:14, 6 June 2013

Xenon is a noble gas. Since it is a almost completely unreactive, it is often used in industrial processes as a coolant. However, in 1962, Xenon was shown to react with Fluorine, to produce Xenon Hexafluoride. Due to the masses of the heavier noble gases, it fulfills the prediction that heavier noble gases should be able to react.