Monobasic Acid we offer can be formed by one molecule of the acid in its acquisition. It has just a single hydrogen ion that gets donated to the base in the acid-base reaction. Its molecule has only one replaceable hydrogen atom. This acid can allow for an ionization in water. Monobasic Acid is a vegetable base acid of 99% purity. This is suited for the formulation of soap, resin and emollient. 0.813 is its specific gravity and between 5 and 6 pH value. Chemical formula of the acid is C18H37N.
Monobasic Acid Properties:
- HS Code: 3823
- Purity: 99%
- Physical Form: Liquid
- Chemical Formula: C18H37N
- Molecular Weight: 266
- pH Value: Betweem 5 and 6
- Specific Gravity: 0.813
- Density: 0.8
- Melting Point: 21 degree centigrade
- Appearance: white to clear yellow liquid
- Moisture: 0.25%
- Shelf Life: 1 year
- Electronegativity: na
Q. What qualities do monobasic acids have?
Ans: Monobasic acids are corrosive in general and can cause burns. They have a sour flavour, may conduct electricity when dissolved in water, and create salts when they combine with bases.
Q. Are monobasic acids hazardous to one's health?
Ans: If handled incorrectly, monobasic acids can be dangerous.
Q. Is it possible to dilute or neutralise monobasic acids?
Ans: Yes, adding water dilutes monobasic acids, lowering their concentration.