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Atomic radii of noble gases atoms are only the vanderwaal's radii why it so​

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It is believed that Noble gases don't form (or rather don't easily form bonds). This way only Van der Waals radius is measured. The rationale here is based on the fact that noble gases have very low chemical reactivity and their atomic radii are non bonded.

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