Acetic Acid Glacial USP/NF Grade


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Glacial Acetic Acid refers to water-free (anhydrous) Acetic Acid. The term Glacial is often used for organic compounds that form ice-like crystals at temperatures below freezing. Undiluted Acetic Acid is a colorless solid with a bitter taste at room temperature and is hygroscopic (water absorber) in nature. The Glacial Acetic Acid available at Lab Alley is a high-quality reagent that has been certified by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP), and the National Formulary (NF), which makes it suitable for biological drug substances, dosage forms, compounded preparations, excipients, medical devices, and dietary supplements.


Acetic Acid, Glacial, USP/NF Grade Features:

Assay (CH3COOH) 99.5-100.5 wt%
Identification Meets the Requirements
Chloride (Cl) To Pass Test
Sulfate (SO4) To Pass Test
Nonvolatile Residue NMT 1 mg/ 20 mL
Readily Oxidizable Substances To Pass Test
Congealing Temperature NLT 15.6°C
Common Uses
  • Reagent
  • Herbicide
  • Botanical extraction
Commercial/Industrial Applications
  • Pharmaceutical industries
  • Animal drugs production
  • Dental products
Safety and Handling

Acetic Acid, Glacial, USP/NF Shipping Information:

DOT: Acetic acid, glacial, 8, UN2789, PG II, Hazmat

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