density of the alcohal depends on how much the vinegar is
present on the alcohal solution
Vinegar has a density of 1.01 grams/milliliters
There is no alcohol in red wine vinegar.
Rubbing alcohol is usually isopropyl alcohol Vinegar is acetic acid
No, the alcohol has now been turned into vinegar.
Vinegar can corrode iron, alcohol not.
The density of apple cider vinegar is 1.01 per milliliter
Vinegar has a greater density than oil does. When poured into the same container the oil will sit on top of the vinegar.
No, vinegar is a solution of a carboxylic acid (acetic acid in this case), not an alcohol.
spirit vinegar is made from alcohol
The density of alcohol is determined with a densimeter.
No. Red wine vinegar contains no alcohol.
No. Oil will float on vinegar as vinegar has the same density as water.
No. Vinegar is non-alcoholic.
water .... 1 g/mL rubbing alcohol / isopropyl alcohol.... 0.786 g/mL Vinegar.... 1.01 g/mL NOTE----- CUBIC CENTIMETERS ARE THE SAME AS MILILITERS