Concentrated 17.4 Molar glacial Acetic Acid. Mix this solution with 492 ml of water to create 1 M of Acetic Acid solution - also known as vinegar! Acetic acid is used as a substitute for vinegar in many classic chemistry experiments (but don’t eat or drink it!).
Glacial acetic acid refers to water-free acetic acid. Other names include ethanoic acid and Methanecarboxylic acid.
For additional study, learn about what happens when acids and bases mix.
|DOT Classification||UN2789, Acetic acid, glacial|
|Common Uses||Chemistry experiments|
|Hazards||Corrosive Liquid, Flammable and Combustible Liquid|
While acetic acid is in vinegar, this product should only be used for chemistry experiments due to its concentration and grade.
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