Diluted acetic acid is an organic compound solution with between 5.7 grams and 6.3 grams of acetic acid in each 100 milliliters. The chemical formula for acetic acid is C2H4O2. More » Science Chemistry

The physical and chemical properties of vinegar include chemical formula, density, boiling and freezing points and pH. Vinegar is essentially a dilute aqueous solution comprised of acetic acid and water. It undergoes sev... More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules

Physically, acids have a sour taste, are soluble in water, turn blue litmus paper red, are corrosive, have pH values less than 7 and conduct electricity. These physical properties of acids are a byproduct of the acids' c... More » Science Chemistry Acids & Bases
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The pH value for acetic acid depends on its molar concentration in an aqueous solution. Acetic acid with a molar concentration of 0.9 or approximately 1.0 M has a pH value of about 2.4, which is also the pH of vinegar th... More » Science Chemistry Acids & Bases

The molarity of glacial acetic acid is 17.5M, according to Salt Lake Metals. Since the molarity of any element is determined by the number of moles in 1 dm3, its molarity is calculated by determining its density and mole... More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules

Chemical Dictionary lists the structural formula for acetic acid as CH3COOH. Its chemical formula is C2H4O2. It is composed of two carbon, four hydrogen and two oxygen atoms. More » Science Chemistry Acids & Bases

In general, manufacturers dilute the acetic acid in vinegar to the 5 percent to 10 percent level. The amount varies based on the dilution by the manufacturer. More » Science Chemistry Acids & Bases