anonymous
  • anonymous
What can you predict about the properties of a compound potassium fluoride compared to the properties of potassium fluoride?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Potassium Flouride --> KF Accourding to your question, they will be the same. But I'm not sure your question's right. Check it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
My questions right...that's why I got so confused...I was almost sure they were the same thing too. That's just the question the teacher put on the worksheet.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This question makes no sense. e-mail or call your teacher.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, it could mean the comparison between KF and K and F separately? What do you think?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Then you would have a comma or and between the potassium and fluoride
NotTim
  • NotTim
OR the word "and"
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, a typographical error perhaps.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Still not a very good question though.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I didn't really understand the question to begin with...I think she is asking if the properties of potassium fluoride as a compound are different then just potassium fluoride...but I thought potassium fluoride was already a compoundd??
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes KF is an ionic compound.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's just an error that can be resolved by asking your teacher.
anonymous
  • anonymous
But thanks for your help anyways!
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problemo.

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