A pleasant effect of acetic acid is that it softens and lubricates the skin.
This blue is distinguished from smalt by dissolving in acetic acid.
There are weak acids such as acetic acid, and strong acids like sulphuric acid.
Rub with acetic acid (see) behind the ears, but not so as to cause soreness.
Then follows the fermentation to produce the acetic acid and finish the vinegar.
acetic acid never does this, and so heals more quickly and certainly.
Like the benzoic acid the acetic acid is, no doubt, present in cananga oil in the form of ether.
It was, however, quite possible to reach the sore by the injection of acetic acid.
In the following table180 are given the molar conductivities, (column 2), of acetic acid of varying concentrations, m (column 1).
It is soluble in ammonia and hydrochloric acid, but not in acetic acid.
acetic acid a·ce·tic acid (ə-sē'tĭk)
A clear, colorless organic acid with a distinctive pungent odor, the chief acid of vinegar, also used as a solvent. Also called ethanoic acid.
|acetic acid |
A clear, colorless organic acid having a distinctive pungent odor. It is used as a solvent and in the manufacture of rubber, plastics, acetate fibers, pharmaceuticals, and photographic chemicals. Acetic acid is the chief acid of vinegar. Chemical formula: C2H4O2.