The chemical formula for white vinegar is CH3COOH. This formula also may be written as C2H4O2. White vinegar consists of 5 percent acetic acid, which is CH3COOH, and water. More »

Vinegar is a water solution; its main component is acetic acid, an organic acid with the formula CH3COOH. Acetic acid is a colorless liquid with a molar mass of 60.05 grams per mole and a density of 1.049 grams per mole.... More »

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Vinegar is a compound that is basically acetic acid in water. Oxidizing ethanol produces acetic acid, which has the chemical formula CH3CO2H. It has an official name of ethanoic acid. More »

Ammonia is the chemical name for the molecular formula NH3, which is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen. It is also known by the name azane. More »

The molecular formula "FeO2" is a general formula that can represent several chemical compounds: Iron(II) hydroxide, iron oxide and Oxido (oxo) iron. Iron oxide is the most common name for it. More »

Boron hydrides are a class of compounds that include the chemical structure BxHy; for example, diborane with the chemical formula B2H6. Boron hydrides are also called boranes. More »

Paraffin is a mixture of hydrocarbon molecules with the general chemical formula CnH2n+2. The word "paraffin" is derived from Latin words "parum" and "affinis," which translate to "lack of affinity." This lack of affinit... More »