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HF, unlike the other halogen acids, is not a strong acid due to the fact that Fluoride is highly electronegative and it has a small ionic radius, meaning the HF bond is more difficult to break and therefore does not dissociate easily like the other halogen acids (HBr, HI, etc.).
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