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What is the difference between Water and Vinegar?

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H. Reyes

H. Reyes, Science Teacher, California

Answered on Jul 31, 2019

Water is an essential element, and it is necessary for all forms of life. Water covers approximately 70 percent of the surface of the earth. Vinegar, which is a versatile liquid, is formed as a result of the formation of ethanol. A molecule of water is comprised of two hydrogens and one oxygen atom, while a molecule of vinegar consists of two carbon, two oxygen, and four hydrogen atoms.

Water has a neutral PH, while vinegar has a PH value that is gauged between 2 and 3.5. Unlike vinegar, water can change from its natural state from a liquid into a solid when it freezes. Also, water is not acidic, but vinegar is highly acidic and potent.

J. Lautner

J. Lautner, Product Manager, Utah

Answered on Jul 18, 2019

Both water and vinegar are liquids. Water is more critical to life. 70% of the Earth's surface is covered with water. Like water, vinegar has many different purposes. It can be used as a cleaning agent, to make marinades, and used in baking. As molecules, they are also different. Water's molecule has 2 Hydrogen and one oxygen atom.

Vinegar also has oxygen, 2 of them, and four hydrogen atoms. They also have 2 Carbon atoms. Another difference between them is their smell and taste. Water has no smell and no taste, while vinegar has a powerful odor and distinct taste.

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