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The ionization constant (Ka) of HF is 6.7 x 10 -4. Which of the following is true in a 0.1M solution of this acid? A. [HF] is less than [H+][F-]. B. [HF] is greater than [H+][F-]. C. [HF] is equal to
[H+][F-]. D. [HF] is equal to [H+][F2-].
B. [HF] is greater than [H+][F-].
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User: The ionization constant (Ka) of HF is 6.7 x 10 -4. Which of the following is true in a 0.1M solution of this acid? A. [HF] is less than [H+][F-]. B. [HF] is greater than [H+][F-]. C. [HF] is equal to [H+][F-]. D. [HF] is equal to [H+][F2-].

Weegy: B. [HF] is greater than [H+][F-].
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User: The ionization constant (Ka) of HF is 6.7 x 10 -4. Which of the following is true in a 0.1M solution of this acid? A. [HF] is less than [H+][F-]. B. [HF] is greater than [H+][F-]. C. [HF] is equal to [H+][F-]. D. [HF] is equal to [H+][F2-].

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