why are covalent fluorides more inert than covalent hydrides?

Asked by  | 27th Aug, 2008, 09:56: PM

Expert Answer:

Covalent fluorides are more inert than covalent hydrides because of elctronegativity difference,and small size of H. also the strength of bond in covalent fluorides are more than covalent hydrides. 

Answered by  | 28th Aug, 2008, 02:47: PM

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