In chemistry, esters are organic compounds
in which an organic group (symbolized by R' in this
article) replaces a hydrogen atom (or more than one)
in an oxygen acid. An oxygen acid is an acid whose molecule
has an -OH group from which the hydrogen (H) can dissociate
as an H+ ion.
The most common esters are the carboxylate
esters, where the acid in question is a carboxylic acid.
For example, if the acid is acetic acid, the ester is
called an acetate. Esters may also be formed with inorganic
acids; for example, dimethyl sulfate is an ester, and
sometimes called "sulfuric acid, dimethyl ester".
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dealing with following types of Esters:
- Ethyl Acetate
- N Butyl Acetate
- N Propyl Acetate
- Iso Propyl Acetate
- Iso Butyl Acetate
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