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If hydrofluoric acid is a stronger acid than acetic acid, which statement is most likely true? The conjugate acid of hydrofluoric acid is weaker than that of acetic acid. The conjugate acid of hydrofluoric acid is stronger than that of acetic acid. The conjugate base of hydrofluoric acid is weaker than that of acetic acid. The conjugate base of hydrofluoric acid is stronger than that of acetic acid.

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Blair Lewis on March 3, 2019

The conjugate base of hydrofluroic acid is weaker than acetic acid. The general rule of acids and bases and their conjugates are as follows: The stronger the acid, weaker is its conjugate base. The stronger the base, weaker is its conjugate acid. The same applies to the backhand, the weaker the acid the stronger the conjugate base. The weaker the base, the stronger is the conjugate acid.


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