what is the freezing point of vinegar?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
deppends of the concentration of the CH3COOH (Acetic acid, Ethanoic acid)
PS normal, 5% vinegar will freeze at around -2°C (28°F).
(It boils at 100.6°C (213°F) at atmospheric pressure).
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
That depends on the concentration of acid in the vinegar solution.
- NormaLv 44 years ago
Freezing point is approx -2C And BP is approx 100.6 C Its mostly water so its going to have properties similar to it