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Which of the following pure liquids is the best solvent for sodium fluoride?

CCl4
C2C6
HCl
BCl3
or PCl5

My guess would be either CCl4 or C2C6, I need to know the reasoning behind the correct answer.

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    Some of these choices I don't get. What's C2C6?
    HCl a pure liquid? Hogwash.
    PF5 a pure liquid? likewise.
    Isn't BCl3 a gas?

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