acetic acid anhydride

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  • Acid anhydride — An acid anhydride is an organic compound that has two acyl groups bound to the same oxygen atom.GoldBookRef|title=acid anhydrides|url=http://goldbook.iupac.org/A00072.html] Most commonly, the acyl groups are derived from the same carboxylic acid …   Wikipedia

  • acetic acid — noun A clear colourless organic acid, CHCOOH, formed by the oxidation of ethanol; it is used as a solvent and has very many industrial applications; it is the major acidic component of vinegar …   Wiktionary

  • acid anhydride — an anhydride formed by dehydration of an acid or one that forms an acid upon hydration; if bimolecular, it can be composed of two molecules of the same acid (e.g., acetic anhydride or pyrophosphate), or it can be a mixed anhydride …   Medical dictionary

  • Acetic anhydride — Chembox new Name = Acetic anhydride ImageFile = Acetic anhydride 2D skeletal.png ImageName = Acetic anhydride ImageFile1 = Acetic anhydride 3D vdW.png ImageName1 = Acetic anhydride IUPACName = Ethanoyl ethanoate OtherNames = Acetic anhydride… …   Wikipedia

  • acetic anhydride — n a colorless liquid (CH3CO)2O with a pungent odor and lacrimatory and vesicant action that is used esp. in making acetyl derivatives (as aspirin) * * * a colorless mobile liquid of a pungent acetic odor, the anhydride of acetic acid …   Medical dictionary

  • acetic anhydride — n. a combustible, colorless liquid, (CH3CO) 2O, that decomposes in water to form acetic acid: used in plastics and organic synthesis …   English World dictionary

  • anhydride — /an huy druyd, drid/, n. Chem. 1. a compound formed by removing water from a more complex compound: an oxide of a nonmetal (acid anhydride) or a metal (basic anhydride) that forms an acid or a base, respectively, when united with water. 2. a… …   Universalium

  • Anhydride — In chemistry, an anhydride is a compound that can be considered as derived from another compound by subtracting the molecules of water. For example:: 2 NaOH H2O → Na2O: H2SO4 H2O → SO3Thus sodium oxide is an anhydride of sodium hydroxide, and… …   Wikipedia

  • acetic anhydride — Chem. a colorless, pungent liquid, C4H6O3, the anhydride of acetic acid: used chiefly as a reagent and in the production of plastics, film, and fabrics derived from cellulose. [1875 80] * * * …   Universalium

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