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Zinc Acetate is an organic compound which is categorised as an acetate salt in which zinc is the cationic element. It exists in both anhydrous and dihydrate forms. It is a very useful chemical material that is industrially produced by acetic acid’s action on zinc carbonate or zinc metal and it’s chemical formula is C4H6O4Zn.
Zinc Acetate has the appearance of a white crystalline solid. It is soluble in water and dilute mineral acids. However, it is insoluble in alkalis. It is a mildly toxic chemical.
Chemical Applications and Strengths
Zinc Acetate or Zinc Ethanoate is an extremely useful chemical compound and therefore, has many industrial uses. Its main applications and strengths are:
|Melting Point||237 °C|
|Density||1.735 g/cm3 at 25 °C(lit)|
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