In nonaqueous solvents, it is possible to react HF to create
H2F+. Which of these statements follows from this observation?
(a) HF can act like a strong acid in nonaqueous
solvents, (b) HF can act like a base in nonaqueous solvents,
(c) HF is thermodynamically unstable, (d) There is an acid
in the nonaqueous medium that is a stronger acid than HF.
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