Problem: Which of the following is considered to be a safety hazard of dilute acetic acid solution?A. corrosiveB. irritantC. eye damageD. severe burnsE. this solution is considered nonhazardous

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Some properties of Acids:

  • sour
  • corrosive
  • reacts with metal to form H2 gas

Diluted lower acid concentration

Concentrated acetic acid is corrosive so the safety hazard of diluted acetic acid (e.g. vinegar) is

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Which of the following is considered to be a safety hazard of dilute acetic acid solution?

A. corrosive

B. irritant

C. eye damage

D. severe burns

E. this solution is considered nonhazardous

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