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    Can anyone please tell me:
    Why is it very probable for fluorine to produce fluoride ions?
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    cause it's the most electronegative element
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    idk - higher ability to attract the electrons in the bond pair and thus becomes an ion easiest (f-)
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    The ease of gaining an electron due to small nuclear radius perhaps?


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    Flouride is a weak base (pKb ~10.8), so it is comfortable existing as an ion.
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    Thank you so much
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    Hope we helped


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    (Original post by Es0phagus)
    Flouride is a weak base (pKb ~10.8), so it is comfortable existing as an ion.
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