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Solubility vs Dissociation of HF

Ok, so I understand that solubility is a measure of how well a compound is solvated by the solvent. And dissociation is a measure of how much of a compound splits into its ionized forms. Does HF have ...
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why HI isn't fully miscible with cold water when HF is?

HF is more soluble in water than HI , due to greater hydrogen bonding in HF , accepted but, on the other hand HF is a very weak acid so it's dissociation will be meagre when compared to HI's ...
Since $\ce{HCl}$ is more acidic than $\ce{HF}$, the left hand side of a reaction has a stronger acid than the right hand side. Since $\ce{NaF}$ is more basic than $\ce{NaCl}$, the left hand side has ...
I was wondering, if we put $\ce{HF}$ into a glass of water the acid will be dissolved according to this reaction: $$\ce{HF->F- + H+}$$ Now there is a proton travelling across the water. All \$\ce{...