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Inert gases have zero valency why?
Because generally they do not form chemical .
Traditionally, valence was defined as the number of hydrogen atoms that could bond to a particular element. Inert gases tend to form compounds with only the most reactive and oxidizing , namely oxygen and fluorine.
The electronic structure of the inert gases, which feature a full valence shell of electrons, can rationalize their poor reactivity.