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Lewis Dot of Hydrogen Fluoride



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from- HF boils just below room temperature whereas the other hydrogen halidescondense at much lower temperatures. this is due to hydrogen bonding that occurs between molecules. Unlike the other hydrogen halides, HF is lighter than air and it is particularly penetrating, which can damage the lungs. Aqueous solutions of HF, called hydrofluoric acid, are strongly corrosive.



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