Acids and Bases

For the chemical compound which is represented in vinegar together with water: What is the name and formula of this compound?

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Joshua G.
23 November 2016
The formula is CH3COOH. The formal (proper) name for it is ethanoic acid, but it is also known as acetic acid. See the image for displayed formula (the formula that shows the locations and bonding between atoms).
Joshua G.
23 November 2016
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Adam Y.
24 November 2016
The chemical compound which is found in vinegar is known as ethanoic acid. It also commonly is referred to as acetic acid. The formula is CH3COOH. The structure of the compound is shown in the image below.
Adam Y.
24 November 2016
Ethanoic acid / ( acetic acid ) CH3COOH.( The English in this question is horrible but this is the acid in vinegar. )
mark_fairweather
02 January 2017
The IUPAC name is ethanoic acid and chemical formula is CH3COOH
doc_clay
02 January 2017
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bilfan
17 February 2017
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