Acid is a general term for a class of compounds. Chemically refers to a compound in which cations generated when ionized in an aqueous solution are all hydrogen ions. It can be divided into inorganic acids, organic acids. Acid-base proton theory believes that substances that can release protons are generally called acids.

The compounds that during ionization the cations generated are all hydrogen ion (H+) called acids. At 25℃, the pH value of the dilute solution is less than 7.

ACID Products:

  • Adipic Acid

    Adipic Acid

    Basic InfoModel NO.: 99.7% etc.Appearance: PowderKind: Inorganic AcidPackaging: Paper BagVolatility: Volatile AcidCAS No.: 124-04-9Mf: C6h8o4Place of Origin: Shandong, China (Mainland)Purity: 99.87Ins... View
  • N-Propyl Acetate

    N-Propyl Acetate

    Basic InfoModel NO.: NPACAppearance: Oily LiquidColour: TransparentCAS No: 109-60-4Content: 99.5% MinUn No: 1276Chroma: 5Acidity: 0.0027Transport Package: 180kgs/Drum, ISO TankOrigin: ChinaSource: Org... View
  • Fumaric Acid

    Fumaric Acid

    Basic InfoModel NO.: Fumaric AcidAppearance: PowderAcid Strength: Strong AcidQuality: Industry GradeElement: Monobasic AcidVolatility: Volatile AcidCAS No.: 110-17-8Mf: C4h4o4Names: Industry AcidMode... View
  • Benzoic Acid

    Benzoic Acid

    Basic InfoModel NO.: food preservativeType: Food PreservativeResource: Organic Chemical PreservativesContent: Min99%Shelf Life: 2 YearsTrademark: HNLFSpecification: Powder; GranularHS Code: 2916310090... View
  • Phosphoric Acid

    Phosphoric Acid

    Basic InfoModel NO.: Phosphoric AcidAppearance: LiquidAcid Strength: Weak AcidQuality: Food Grade; Industry GradeElement: Monobasic AcidVolatility: Volatile AcidCAS No: 7664-38-2Ec No: 231-633-2Tradem... View
  • Vinyl Acetate Monomer(VAM)

    Vinyl Acetate Monomer(VAM)

    Basic InfoModel NO.: vamAppearance: LiquidColour: Colorlesscolor: colorlessgrade: industrial gradeBoiling Point: 71.8Molar mass: 86.09 g/molMF: C4H6O2Transport Package: 220kg/drumOrigin: ChinaType: Ph... View
  • Ethyl Acetate (ETAC)

    Ethyl Acetate (ETAC)

    Basic InfoModel NO.: Ethyl Acetate 99.5%Appearance: LiquidColour: TransparentGrade Standard: Industrial GradeWater Content: 0.014%Alcohol: 0.002%Formula Weight: 88.11Melting Point: 83 Deg CTransport P... View
  • T-Butyl Acetate(TBAC)

    T-Butyl Acetate(TBAC)

    Basic InfoModel NO.: Tert Butyl Acetate CAS: 540-88-5Appearance: LiquidColour: TransparentProduct: Tertiary Butyl Acetate (Tbac)Density: 0.860~0.865 G/MlAcidity: 0.03% MaxAlcohol: 0.2% MaxApha Color: ... View
  • Methyl Acetate(MEAC)

    Methyl Acetate(MEAC)

    Basic Info.Model NO.:Methyl Acetate 99% Type:Organic IntermediateAppearance:Liquid Quality:IndustrialColour:Colorless Trademark:HNLFTransport Package:180/190kg Per Drum Specification:Methyl Acetate 99... View
  • N-Butyl Acetate(BUTAC)

    N-Butyl Acetate(BUTAC)

    Basic Info.Model NO.:123-86-4 Source:Organic AcidsAppearance:Oily Liquid Grade Standard:Industrial GradeColour:Transparent Trademark:HNLFTransport Package:200kg Drum Specification:99.5%Origin:China HS... View

Industrial Acids and Their Uses

The narrow definition of an industrial acids in chemistry is that the compounds during ionization in aqueous solution the cations generated are all hydrogen ion.

Most of these substances are soluble in water, while a few, such as silicic acid, are not soluble in water. Generally, the aqueous solution of acid can conduct electricity, and its conductivity is related to its ionization degree in water. Some acids exist in water as molecules and do not conduct electricity. Some acids dissociate into positive and negative ions in water and conduct electricity. More broadly defined, it's an industrial acids that provides protons, if not, it is alkali.

According to the ionization degree of acid in aqueous solution, there are strong acid and weak acid. It is generally believed that strong acid completely disassociates in aqueous solution, such as hydrochloric acid and nitric acid. Weak acids partially ionize in aqueous solutions, such as acetic acid and carbonic acid. Strong acid: per chloric acid, hydrologic acid, sulfuric acid, hydro bromic acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, iodic acid, etc. Medium strong acid: oxalic acid (oxalic acid), sulfite, phosphoric acid, pyruvate, carbonic acid (considered as weak acid).