Problem: The solubilities of NaF and NaCl in water at 25°C are approximately 360 g/L H 2O and 80 g/L H2O respectively. Based on this information, which compound do you think has the larger lattice energy? 

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The solubilities of NaF and NaCl in water at 25°C are approximately 360 g/L H 2O and 80 g/L H2O respectively. Based on this information, which compound do you think has the larger lattice energy? 

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