acrylic acid









acrylic acid


noun Chemistry.

  1. a colorless, corrosive liquid, C3H4O2, having an acrid odor, usually derived from acrolein by oxidation: used especially in the synthesis of acrylic resins.

noun

  1. a colourless corrosive pungent liquid, miscible with water, used in the manufacture of acrylic resins. Formula: CH 2 :CHCOOHSystematic name: propenoic acid

  1. A colorless, corrosive liquid that readily forms polymers. It is used to make plastics, paints, synthetic rubbers, and textiles. Chemical formula: C3H4O2.

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