Aluminum acetate is produced when aluminum hydroxide reacts with acetic acid. The substance produced from this reaction is a salt that is white and water soluble. Aluminum acetate has a molar mass of 204.1143 g/mol.
Utilized as a topical astringent and antiseptic in medicine, aluminum acetate may be prescribed by doctors for the treatment of many dermatologic conditions that can include poison ivy, rashes, athletes foot and insect bites. Because aluminum acetate is a drying agent, it is a medication that may be beneficial for ear infections, such as external otitis.Learn more about Atoms & Molecules