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Noble gases are the least reactive and most stable out of all the elements in their period, but I'm uncertain as to whether this puts them at a lower energy level since their valence electrons are still filling the p subshells, which are higher in energy than the s subshells. Fulfilling hunds rule creates a full octet and makes an element have a noble gas configuration, so that element should be lower in reactivity and higher in ionization energy.
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