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Chapter 9

Q. 9.PP.7

KF is a strong electrolyte, and HF is a weak electrolyte. How is the solution of KF different from that of HF?

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In a solution of KF, only the ions of K+ and F are present in the solvent. In a HF solution, there are a few ions of H+ and F present but mostly dissolved HF molecules.