## How do you calculate molarity of vinegar?

You will want to multiply the moles calculated by 4 to get moles of acetic acid in the 100mL of 10% solution. Then by dividing these moles by the volume of original acid that was diluted into 100 mL (because the moles of acetic acid all came from the 10 mL of vinegar), the molarity of the acetic acid can be found.

## What is the role of the vinegar in this experiment?

Vinegar is an acid. If you soak an egg in vinegar the eggshell will absorb the acid and break down, or dissolve. The calcium carbonate will become carbon dioxide gas, which will go into the air.

How do you find the concentration of acetic acid in vinegar?

Table vinegar typically contains between 4 and 8 % v/v acetic acid (ethanoic acid). It is therefore possible to determine the concentration of acetic acid in vinegar by titrating the vinegar with a strong base such as aqueous sodium hydroxide solution.

### Why do we dilute vinegar in titration?

The vinegar we will be using has an acetic acid concentration that would require a large volume of sodium hydroxide for this titration. So we will dilute the vinegar with water before performing the titration. Use this diluted vinegar to perform the titrations.

### What is the molarity of 5 vinegar?

Question: vinegar is 5% acetic acid and its molarity is 0.833M.

Does vinegar and salt make hydrochloric acid?

When vinegar is mixed with salt, the acetic acid in the vinegar reacts with the sodium chloride or salt to produce sodium acetate and hydrochloric acid. The hydrochloric acid is a strong acid.

## What is the formula of acetic acid?

CH₃COOH
Acetic acid/Formula

## What happens if there is too much acetic acid in vinegar?

Too much vinegar can cause harmful side effects, including tooth enamel erosion and potential drug interactions. Some dietitians recommend using organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegars that contain “mother.”

Is white vinegar a base or acid?

Vinegar is acidic. Vinegar’s pH level varies based upon the type of vinegar it is. White distilled vinegar, the kind best suited for household cleaning, typically has a pH of around 2.5.