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Chemical name | Chemical formula | Common name | Source and description | Acetic acid | CH3COOH + H2O | 5% Solution: White vinegar | Grocery store; "white vinegar"—5% or "cleaning vinegar"—10%Photography supply store; "Indicator Stop Bath"—89% (with Bromocresol Purple dye) or "Glacial Acetic Acid" 99.5–100% | Acetone | CH3COCH3 | Acetone | General; "nail polish remover"Discount store; Onyx, Cutex. Boating supply; "fiberglass cleaner" Hardware store; "Acetone"While composition varies from product to product, paint removers have more acetone per volume than regular nail polish remover, and industrial grade (rather than consumer grade) paint removers used by professionals + sold in bulk will contain more acetone still. Some stores sell pure acetone as well.[2] | Acetylene gas | C2H2 | Ethyne | Hardware store or Welding supply; "acetylene"By reaction of calcium carbide and water. | Acetylsalicylic acid | C9H8O4 | Aspirin | Pharmacy; "Aspirin" | Aluminium | Al | Aluminium | General; "aluminium foil"Fine art store; "metallic pigment"—powdered aluminiumFiberglass supply shop; powdered aluminium as a filler material.Refined from mined aluminum ore, or bauxite.Often coated with wax to reduce flammability. | Aluminium hydroxide | Al(OH)3 | alumina hydrate | General; "antacid tablets"—blended with magnesium hydroxideAntacid Tablets; Alu-cap, Amphojel, Dialume—100%Fine art supply: "thickening agent" | Aluminium oxide | Al2O3 | alumina | Welding/Industrial supply; "sandblasting sand"—graded sizes of crystals. Metal polishing compoundTelescope supply; grinding agent for optical componentsLapidary supply; rock polishing compound | Aluminium ammonium sulfate | AlNH4(SO4)2 | ammonium alum | General; "styptic pencils" for shavingFine art supply; mordant for dying and…...

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