Acetic acid is most commonly known as vinegar. While vinegar is regularly used as a food topping, it is a diluted form of acetic acid formed by mixing pure acetic acid and a substantial volume of water. More »

Some household products that contain acetic acid include sealants, window cleaners containing vinegar, certain brands of dishwashing liquids and mildew stain removers. The most common household product that contains acet... More »

Acetic acid is an organic solvent that is used for a variety of industrial, analytical and medical purposes. It has the structural formula "CH3COOH" and exists as a colorless liquid at room temperature. Acetic acid is a ... More »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Acetic acid is an organic solvent that is used for a variety of industrial, analytical and medical purposes. It has the structural formula "CH3COOH" and exists as a colorless liquid at room temperature. Acetic acid is a ... More »