A student was adding NaOH to two different acid solutions, HCl and HF, until a pH of 7 was reached in both solutions. The acids had the same initial volume, and both had an initial pH of 4.5. Which statement is true regarding the amount of NaOH added to each acid?
A. Both acids require the same amount of NaOH because they are both at the same initial pH.
B. HCl will require more NaOH because HCl is a strong acid and will have a higher initial concentration.
C. Adding NaOH will not bring the pH of either solution to pH 7.
D. HF will require more NaOH because HF is a weak acid
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