Acetic Acid Glacial (Analytical Use)

Acetic Acid Glacial (Analytical Use)

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Description

Why Buy Acetic Acid Glacial (Analytical Use) Online from UK Chemical Suppliers, ReAgent Chemicals?

ReAgent can supply Glacial Acetic Acid is 2.5 L and 25 L containers, with bulk discounts if buying over 4 items. We also provide other acetic acid products, including glacial acetic acid for general and laboratory use, as well as dilutions from 5 to 80% acetic acid.

Acidic nature

Acetic acid is the simplest carboxylic acid, which means the hydrogen in the centre of the carboxyl group (-COOH) can be ionised according to the reaction:

CH3CO2H → CH3CO2- H

Due to this release of protons (H ), this compound has an acidic nature in solution, although it’s usually classed as a weak acid. For example, vinegar has a pH at around 2-2.5 and less than 1% of the acetic acid molecules are dissociated.

Solvent properties

Acetic acid in solution behaves as a polar solvent, similar to water and ethanol. It can dissolve polar compounds, including inorganic sugars and salts; as well as non-polar compounds, including chemicals containing iodine and sulphur. It can easily mix with other solvents, such as water, hexane or chloroform and it’s a popular solvent used in many industrial processes.

Chemical reactions

Acetic acid follows all standard reactions involving carboxylic acids. In the presence of a base, it can be converted to acetate and water; reduction reactions generate ethanol and esters of acetic acid can be synthesised by esterification. In most cases, the –OH group is the most reactive site.

Popular with students around the world, the ‘baking soda and vinegar reaction’ must be one of the most common reactions used to teach chemistry.

NaHCO3 CH3COOH → CH3COONa CO2 H2O

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With over 30 years’ experience as a chemical supplier, you can expect from us high quality products, usually shipped within 24 hours. A member of staff is always glad to help with any queries about our products. Simply contact us for a quote or a technical question.

Specification

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1194GHS0211
1194GHS0521

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MSDS Files

The following files are available to download:

Product IDProductpost_statusBulkDownload SDS File
3285Acetic Acid Glacial (Analytical Use)publish1194https://www.chemicals.co.uk/uploads/documents/44 - 1194 - SDS21141.pdf

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