Problem: According to the following reaction, how many grams of water are necessary to form 0.650 moles hydrofluoric acid? silicon tetrafluoride (s) + water (I) → hydrofluoric acid (aq) + silicon dioxide (s) 

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According to the following reaction, how many grams of water are necessary to form 0.650 moles hydrofluoric acid? 

silicon tetrafluoride (s) + water (I) → hydrofluoric acid (aq) + silicon dioxide (s) 

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