What is the density of vinegar?

1.05 g/cm³

Correspondingly, is vinegar more or less dense than water?

Water has a density of about one gram per cubic centimeter (depending a little on temperature and pressure). Household vinegar consists almost entirely of water, but with some acetic acid molecules dissolved in it. In general, dissolving stuff in water makes it more dense, making vinegar the densest of the three.

What is the density of vinegar in g ml?

Find the molarity of acetic acid in vinegar sample. Assuming that the density of the vinegar solution is 1.00 g/mL and that all of the acid titrated comes from acetic acid, determine the % by mass of acetic acid in the vinegar. The minimum for acetic acid content in vinegar is often set at 4.75%.

What is the specific gravity of white vinegar?

Specific Gravity of Liquids
Liquid °F Specific Gravity*
Acetic acid 5% – vinegar 59 1.006
Acetic acid – 10% 59 1.014
Acetic acid – 50% 59 1.061
Acetic acid – 80% 59 1.075

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