Results for: Acetate

In Acids and Bases

What is acetic acid?

Acetic acid is A clear, colorless organic acid, CH 3 COOH, with a distinctive pungent odor, used as a solvent and in the manufacture of rubber, plastics, acetate fibers, pharm (MORE)
In Elements and Compounds

What is acetate?

Acetate is made from wood pulp. It has a low strength when wet, and is not very absorbent. Moths or mildew does not affect it. It drapes well, but avoid wringing - drip dry on (MORE)
In Units of Measure

What is sodium acetate?

sodium acetate is a powdery solution containing sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and acetic acid (vinegar)
In Chemistry

What is acetal?

Acetal is a polymer used in manufacturing. In the USA also commonly known under DuPont's brand name Delrin.
In Metal and Alloys

What is in the sodium acetate?

Sodium Ethanoate/Acetate is made from Carbon, Sodium, Hydrogen, and Oxygen, with the chemical formula C 2 H 3 NaO 2
In Acids and Bases

Is acetate and acetic acid the same?

Acetates are usually seen a derivatives of acetic acid. Acetate is also the ion formed when acetic acid losses its acidic hydrogen.
In Acids and Bases

What is the definition of acetic?

acetic acid is an organic acid. An example of an acetic acid is vinegar. I am not sure if this answers your question.
In Science

What is an acetable?

An acetable is an ancient Roman liquid measurement, equal to aroundone eighth of a pint.
In Organic Chemistry

Is acetate the same to acetic acid?

No. Acetate is the anion (negative ion) derived from acetic acid.Acetic acid is CH3COOH. Acetate is CH3COO-. Acetate ions exist inminute concentrations in a solution of acetic (MORE)