|Product:||Pungent Smelling Glacial Acetic Acid||Synonym:||Methane Carboxylic Acid|
|CAS No.:||64-19-7||HS Code:||2915211900|
|Packing:||IBC Tank||Application:||Pharmaceutical And Chemical|
AcOH Glacial Acetic Acid,
Pungent Smelling Glacial Acetic Acid,
Methane carboxylic solid sodium acetate
Pungent Smelling Glacial Acetic Acid for Pharmaceutical
> Industrial Grade
> Purity 99.5% Min.
> CAS No. 64-19-7
> Drum/IBC tank/ISO tank
> HS Code 2915211900
> For Pharmaceutical, Textile dyeing, Rubber industry
Acetic Acid Applications
> Drugs & Dyes
A clear, colorless organic acid with a distinctive pungent odor, used in many industrial fields. It is also called Methane Carboxylic Acid, Ethanoic Acid. Uses include the manufacture of photographic films and dye and sometimes in the production of the plastic polyethylene terephthalate (PET). The term "glacial acetic acid" is now taken to refer to pure acetic acid (ethanoic acid) in any physical state. CAS No. 64-19-7
Technical indicators (Industrial Grade)
|Test Items||Standard Indicator||Test Result|
|Class I||Class II|
|Chroma (Pt-CoNo./Hazen) <=||10||10||5|
|Purity (Acetic Acid, ω/%) >=||99.8||99.5||99.8|
|Water (ω/%) <=||0.15||0.20||0.08|
|Formic acid (ω/%) <=||0.03||0.05||0.01|
|Acetaldehyde (ω/%) <=||0.02||0.03||0.01|
|Propionic acid (ω/%) <=||0.05||0.08||0.03|
|Iron/Fe (ω/%) <=||0.00004||0.0002||0.00003|
|Evaporation residue (ω/%) <=||0.005||0.01||0.0003|
|Permanganate-reducing time(min.) >=||120||30||120|
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QA for Acetic Acid
What is the difference between acetic acid, glacial acetic acid and vinegar?
Acetic acid in its pure form (99.5 percent concentration) is also known as glacial acetic acid. Glacial acetic acid has numerous industrial uses. Vinegar contains 4 to 8 percent acetic acid, and is made from the fermentation of fruit or grain juices/liquids.
Is acetic acid hazardous to the environment?
According to the information considered under the Ecological Risk Classification of Organic Substances Approach, acetic acid is identified as having a low ecological hazard potential.
How likely am I to be exposed to acetic acid?
Consumer exposure to acetic acid is usually limited to vinegar, which is a solution containing 5 percent acetic acid and not hazardous in that form. Occupational exposure to glacial acetic acid can be hazardous, and precautions should be taken to limit exposure through inhalation, and skin and eye contact.