Acetic acid 2018-10-26T12:15:05+03:30

Acetic acid

Acetic acid is one of the simplest carboxylic acids. This acid is an important chemical reagent and is an industrial chemical used to produce the following materials: polyethylene terephthalate which is mainly used in bottles of beverages; acetate cellulose, which is commonly used in photography; polyvinyl acetate For wood gluing plus fiber and artificial fabrics. At home, dilute acetic acid is used to open the tubes. In the food industry, the acetic acid is used under the additive code E260 as an acid regulation and as a condiment.

 

Acetic acid consumption

– Solvent production

– Textile industry

– Plastic industry

– Paint and glue industry

– Production of photographic films

– Production of vinyl acetate, ethyl acetate

 

Appearance: pure acidophilic, liquid liquid with a sharp odor, corrosive and flammable liquid. This acid is frozen at  16.6 degrees Celsius.