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What Does Krypton Bond with?

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Krypton belongs to the group known as Noble Gasses on the periodic table, all six of which belong to Group 18. Due to its outer shell already being filled to capacity with valence electrons, Krypton, like other Noble Gasses, is fairly inert and does not bond with many elements. Elements and gases that isotopes of Krypton may be bonded with include Florine, nitrogen, and phosphors.
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