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Dictionary of Chemicals and Raw Products Used in the Manufacture of Paints, Colours, Varnishes and Allied Preparations (Classic Reprint)
by George Henry Hurst


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Accroides. - See Gum Accroides.
Acetates. - A series of compounds derived from acetic acid by combination with metallic or organic bases.
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Overview
Excerpt from Dictionary of Chemicals and Raw Products Used in the Manufacture of Paints, Colours, Varnishes and Allied Preparations
Accroides. - See Gum Accroides.
Acetates. - A series of compounds derived from acetic acid by combination with metallic or organic bases. Many acetates are valuable Industrial compounds. They are generally soluble in water; a few basic acetates, such as those of copper and iron, being insoluble. When heated with dilute sulphuric acid they are decomposed and acetic acid is given off, with the formation of a sulphate of the base. The following acetates are the most important of those used in the colour industry: -
Acetate Of Ammonia. - The normal salt has the formula NH C H O; it is usually sold in the form of a solution in water, and is conveniently made by mixing the ordinary liquor ammonia with acetic acid. If glacial acetic acid be employed with the strong liquor ammonia, about equal volumes are required; a solution of acetate of ammonia so prepared has a specific gravity of 1.110.
Acetate of ammonia may be obtained in the solid state, but owing to the fact that on heating it readily passes into acetamide, C H ONH, the solid often contains that product. Acetate of ammonia is easily soluble in alcohol. The commercial article may be adulterated by addition of chloride, carbonate or sulphate of ammonia.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781332008971
  • ISBN-10: 1332008976
  • Publisher: Forgotten Books
  • Publish Date: October 2017
  • Page Count: 430
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.87 inches
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