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Prepared commercially by the neutralization of lactic acid with sodium hydroxide
Prepared commercially by the neutralization of lactic acid with potassium hydroxide
Produced by reacting equimolar amounts of anhydrous sodium acetate and acetic acid. In solution, this is split off into its constituents, and liberates 39 to 41 percent acetic acid and 58 to 60 percent sodium acetate.
Sodium or potassium acetate
Prepared by the neutralization of acetic acid by either sodium or potassium hydroxide
Source: Steve Campano, Trumark