Is Vinegar a Compound or a Mixture?

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Pure vinegar is a compound. The vinegar that a person buys in the grocery store is a mixture because it is watered done from its pure form. The formula for vinegar is H3CCOOH.
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Vinegar from supermarkets is a mixture of water and acetic acid, PURE acetic acid/vinegar is a compound.
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I guess you need to ask yourself, is this item made up of only one type of molecule (compound), or is it a blend of different molecules which remain un-reacted in their original state
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