Why do noble gases rarely form bonds with other atoms?
Because they don't need to
In general, many elements (except
#"H"#and #"He"#) want to have 8 valence electrons. They will try to gain/lose valence electrons through bonding.
When finding a noble gas, you will notice above the Group that it will say "8A". This stands for what Group you are looking at, like a special name for the Group. The "8" means it is the eighth column, and the "A" means it is a 'main group' element. So if the element already has 8 valence electrons, it is 'satisfied'.
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