jonathanvaldes98
  • jonathanvaldes98
Acetic acid, commonly known as vinegar, is sour. Which functional group is present in acetic acid? A. amino group B. phosphate group C. carboxyl group
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shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Hi! @jonathanvaldes98 ! Since its's an 'Acid', which group do you think will be present?
jonathanvaldes98
  • jonathanvaldes98
amino?
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Do you know the chemical formula of acetic acid?

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shreehari499
  • shreehari499
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shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Now what do you think?
jonathanvaldes98
  • jonathanvaldes98
i think its phosphate
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
OH..stillyou've got it wrong! :( Its a Carboxyl group..COOH group which is responsible for the acidic property of Vinegar. If you learn its chemical formula, it'll be very easy for you to answer such type of question.
jonathanvaldes98
  • jonathanvaldes98
thanks for explaining
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
You're welcome!

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