# Problem: When the analyte HF(aq) is titrated with NaOH(aq), the solution at the stoichiometric point is _______ because _____. (a) acidic; of the hydrolysis (reaction with water) of HF (b) acidic; of the hydrolysis (reaction with water) of H 2O (c) basic; of the hydrolysis (reaction with water) of F  – (d) basic; of the hydrolysis (reaction with water) of NaOH (e) neutral; a salt of a strong acid and strong base are formed.

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When the analyte HF(aq) is titrated with NaOH(aq), the solution at the stoichiometric point is _______ because _____.

(a) acidic; of the hydrolysis (reaction with water) of HF

(b) acidic; of the hydrolysis (reaction with water) of H 2O

(c) basic; of the hydrolysis (reaction with water) of F

(d) basic; of the hydrolysis (reaction with water) of NaOH

(e) neutral; a salt of a strong acid and strong base are formed.

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