Can we write CH3COOH as C2H4O2??
Asked by Latest | 15th May, 2019, 10:10: PM
Yes, we can write CH3COOH as molecular formula C2H4O2 . But usually we don't write it in this form because there may be different different compounds with same molecular formula. So to understand wheter it have acid, ester or any other functional group we write in form of CH3COOH.
Answered by Ravi | 16th May, 2019, 11:26: AM
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