Stable Elements?

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There are some elements that are referred to as stable elements. A stable element is one that is not radioactive. It is made stable by having a full outer shell of electrons of 2 then 8.
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A stable element is any non-radioactive element. All elements before element atomic number 84 (not including 84) - Polonium (Po) are stable elements.
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An element is stable when its outside shell is full, or when it has 8 electrons. In Iron its outside shell is full.
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