Uses of Carboxylic Acid?


Carboxylic Acids refers to organic acids, which are characterised by at least one carboxyl group. A carboxyl group is a functional group that is made up of a hydroxyl and carbonyl unit. The general formula of this acid is R-COOH.
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carboxylic acid
any organic acid containing one or more carboxyl groups.
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1. Write the left side of the equation with RCOOH as the carboxylic acid and 4[H] to represent the 4 hydrogen atoms donated by LiAlH4: RCOOH + 4[H] 2. Draw an arrow showing the progress
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These are the simpliest: Methane CH4, Ethane C2H6, Propane (C3H8) Butane
Carboxylic acids are a group of chemicals with the COOH functional group. An example of a common carboxylic acid in food are ethanoic acid (vinegar) citric acid and ascorbic acid
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