With the discussion we've had in regards to Tritium decay, it brought up a question I have. I'm not an expert at all in nuclear physics/chemistry, but I'm pretty curious. Tritium decays via beta emmision into a helium atom. This helium atom would then have a positive charge since it would have hydrogen's one electron and it's two protons. If you were to place tritium gas in close contact with a VERY strong reducing agent, say cesium metal, would the helium atom take the electron from cesium thus forming HeCs? That would be a noble gas compound involving helium which is, for all intents and purposes, completely inert?