Noble metals get rust even they had high electrode potential, Chemistry

why didnt all the noble metals get rust even they have high electrode potentials?

Ans) for e.g if you look at gold it is highly reactive with greater negativity of gibbs free energy, rust forms on it ,but the rust is volatile in nature. it evaporates at room temparature.

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due to their high stability and less energy

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