What is the structure of the compound formed when #Ne# dissolves in concentrated sulfuric acid?

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Dec 12, 2016

Answer:

As far as I know, neon does not a compound with sulfuric acid.

Explanation:

Neon might form a couple of fluorides or oxides, but I have not heard of a sulfate. There could be a so-called #"neonium ion"#, #NeH^+#, but these are the compounds of very few inorganic specialists.