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Can lithium and argon bond

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No.

Argon is a noble gas which makes it nearly impossible to bond anything to it. There have been instances in the Lab which have resulted in ArOF which is the only compound known with Argon in it. The only reason that holds together is the strong electronegativity of flourine and oxygen. Lithium doesn't stand a chance.

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