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  • Acetic acid is a colourless liquid that when undiluted is also called glacial acetic acid.
  • Glacial acetic acid is a trivial name for water-free (anhydrous) acetic acid. Glacial acetic acid is anhydrous form of acetic acid in which it exists in dimmer form.
  • It's known as Glacial because on freezing it forms needle shape crystals.
  • Glacial acetic acid is a pure organic compound sold commercially as a 5% solution known as vinegar.
  • By 1910, most glacial acetic acid was obtained from the "pyroligneous liquor" from distillation of wood.
  • The acetic acid was isolated from this by treatment with milk
    of lime, and the resulting calcium acetate was then acidified with sulfuric acid to recover acetic acid. At that time, Germany was producing 10,000 tons of glacial
    acetic acid, around 30% of which was used for the manufacture of indigo dye.
  • Glacial acetic acid is an excellent polar protic solvent, as noted above. It is frequently used as a solvent for recrystallization to purify organic compounds.
  • Glacial acetic acid is used in analytical chemistry for the estimation of weakly alkaline substances such as organic amides.
  • Glacial acetic acid is a much weaker base than water, so the amide behaves as a strong base in this medium. It then can be titrated using a solution in glacial acetic acid of a very strong acid, such as perchloric acid.Glacial acetic acid is also used as a wart and verruca remover.
  • Glacial acetic acid is also used in many different products such as paint, varnish, lacquer and other related products.
  • It is also an important chemical reagent and industrial chemical, used in the production of soft drink bottles; cellulose acetate, mainly for photographic film; and polyvinyl acetate for wood glue, as well as synthetic fibres and fabrics.
  • Dilute solutions of glacial acetic acid can be used in the clinical laboratory to lyse red blood cells in order to do manual white blood cell counts.
  • There are no medical uses to pure GAA, dilute concentrations can be used to remove warts or verucas; it can also be used via iontophoresis to treat bone spurs.
    Industrial uses include photography and the manufacturing of aspirin.
  • After the return, the domestic market of glacial acetic acid in cost and the market driven by narrow attitude, intention quite, but the contradiction between supply and demand, market increasing frustration, but after all, the current market has the product cost, and some enterprises operating loss, the market fell difficult, short-term is expected to a whole.
  • Thorpe by ethyl acetate and acetic acid export task of lifting load effect, glacial acetic acid unit load increases to 7-8 near Wujing.
  • Glacial Acetic Acid (GAA)
  • Chemical Info - GAA
  • What is GAA?
  • Acetic Acid Top Ten Facts
  • Video on Glacial acetic acid
  • Conductivity of GAA
  • Weighing GAA


  • Culinary uses
  • What is the use of glacial acetic acid?
  • GAA - Applications
  • Application of GAA


  • Glacial Acetic Acid Safety Notes
  • Acetic acid, >96%
  • Acetic acid glacial
  • Glacial Acetic acid
  • MSDS list
  • GAA - standard operating procedure
  • Acetic acid, ≥99.85%
  • Safety data sheet - GAA
  • MSDS - GAA
  • Acetic acid glacial MSDS
  • Acetic acid glacial Datasheet


  • Glacial Acetic Acid: Doing More Harm than Good?
  • Medical Disinfectant Cleaner GAA 90%
  • Storage and handling of Glacial Acetic Acid
  • GAA - Product identification
  • GAA product details
  • Acetic acid (glacial) 100%
  • Glacial Acetic Acid 99.5%
  • Solid glacial acetic acid

Manufacturing process

  • Continuous Monitoring of Water in Acetic Acid Plants
  • Make GAA using 98% sulfuric acid
  • Make GAA using Sodium bisulphate
  • Make GAA - Part 1
  • Make GAA - Part 2

Raw material suppliers

  • Hydrogen iodide
  • Methyl iodide
  • Sodium bisulphate
  • Sulphuric acid


  • Control of formic acid impurities in industrial glacial acetic acid
  • Control of impurities in product glacial acetic acid of rhodium-catalyzed methanol carbonylation
  • Low bromine content glacial acetic acid
  • Process for production of motion picture film with sound track containing p-toluenesulfonic acid and glacial acetic acid
  • Synthesis of 2-(methysulfonyl)-5-(trifluoro-methyl)-,3,4-thiadiazole via oxidation of 2-(methylthio)-5-(trifluoromethyl)-1,3,4-thiadiazole with glacial acetic acid
  • Purification of acetic acid from wood acetylation process using extraction
  • Preparation of ultra high purity methyl acetate
  • Suppliers of GAA
  • Manufacturers of GAA
  • Selling leads of GAA
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  • GAA Suppliers list
  • GAA sellers
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  • Supplier from Mumbai
  • Supplier from Korea
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Company & Consultancy

  • Company from China
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  • Company from Gujarat
  • Company from Haryana
  • Company from Punjab
  • Company from U.S.A
  • Consultancy from Mexico
  • Online Consultancy
Turnkey service providers
  • Turnkey service providers from Ahmadabad
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  • Turnkey service providers from Mumbai
  • Turnkey service providers from New Jersey


  • Market Week Review of glacial acetic acid
  • Glacial acetic acid postganglionic up plans to short-term light stability but the latter still raised expectations
  • Global Acetic Acid Market to Reach 11.3 Million Tons by 2015
  • Global acetic acid derivatives 2008E


  • Scientific Opinion on the safety and efficacy of acetic acid
  • Preparation of cellulose acetate with acetic acid
  • Observations on the Zak Cholesterol Reaction: Glacial Acetic Acid Purity, a More Sensitive Absorbance Peak, and Bromide Enhancement
  • Two cases of Acetic acid burns of the cornea
  • Acid-Base Equilibria in Glacial Acetic Acid


  • H&E Staining: Oversight and Insights
  • Late asthmatic response to inhaled glacial acetic acid
  • Glacial Acetic Acid Treatment and Atypical Endocervical
    Glandular Cells
  • Freezing point of GAA
  • Effect of Glacial Acetic Acid and Ethiodized Oil Concentration on Embolization with N-Butyl 2-Cyanoacrylate
  • Conductimetric titration of organic bases in GAA

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