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What is the product of this reaction?
BF3+KF=?



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A.Avinash_Goutham
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k[bf4]
i guess m not sure

yummydum
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its a double displacement and the same element is being displaced..

A.Avinash_Goutham
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no i remember bf3 acts a base in here and it s a ........... base ?
lewis? idk

yummydum
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not sure if it's right but from what i know BF3 + KF => BF3 + KF

Zaara
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can u pls giv d balanced equation 4 dat pls?

yummydum
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yes the balanced equation for that is literally:\[BF_3+KF\implies BF_3+KF\]

Zaara
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bt i saw answer vit KF3 as a product is it ryt???

yummydum
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im not sure how the B disappears

Zaara
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nooo BF3 is also there..

Zaara
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i mean BF3+KF3

yummydum
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KF3 is not stable...it has to be KF

Zaara
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ok fine... thank u

yummydum
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yw...o.O