Mea maxissima culpa. I got it exactly backwards. I used to know that Xe(x) was much more fragile than Ar(x).
What we has here am BIZARRO Science. Me would be sorry if me not Bizarro; so me am happy.
Eugene Leitl wrote:
> Uh. XeF6 is reactive as hell (it hydrolyzes to XeO3 in presence of water).
> You probably are thinking of SF6.
> Gentlemen, mad science is perfectly allright, but please let's keep it
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