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Infer Xenon, a nonreactive gas used in strobe lights, is a

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Problem 13

Infer Xenon, a nonreactive gas used in strobe lights, is a poor conductor of heat and electricity. Would you expect xenon to be a metal, a nonmetal, or a metalloid? Where would you expect it to be on the periodic table? Explain.

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