Is Krypton Reactive?

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Krypton is not considered reactive. It is a noble gas, and noble gases are completely nonreactive. Krypton can be used to form some compounds with highly reactive chemicals.
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Krypton's reactivity level is low to none at all, since it's part of the inert gases family.
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Krypton, like the other noble gases, is very unreactive. It was once thought to never form any compounds but krypton difluoride (KrF2) has since been produced.
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Krypton is a "noble" gas due to its very
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