Freezing Point of Vinegar?

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The freezing point of vinegar is -2 degrees C or 28 degrees F. Although, it will still depend on the type of vinegar. Vinegar is composed of acetic acid and water.
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The boiling point of vinegar is about 100.6 degrees C. If the percentage of acetic acid increases in vinegar then so does the boiling point. You can find more information here: http
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deppends of the concentration of the CH3COOH (Acetic acid, Ethanoic acid) PS normal, 5% vinegar will freeze at around -2°C (28°F) (It boils at 100.6°C (213°F) at atmospheric
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The freezing point of vinegar is -2 degrees C or 28 degrees F. Although, it will still depend on the type of vinegar. Vinegar is composed of acetic acid and water ...
Typical household vinegar is a 4% to 6% (by weight) solution of acetic acid (CH3C00H) in water. Vinegar would be considered an impurity. Any addition of an impurity ...
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