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The substance does not dissociate protons based on its molecular structure. Hence an acetic dissociation constant cannot be provided. 

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pKa at 20°C:

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Based on its molecular structure, the substance does not dissociate protons. Hence an acetic dissociation constant cannot be provided. Hypothetical replacement of the sodium atom by a hydrogen atom, yielding CAS 80 -16 -0, indicates a week acid, with a acetic dissociation constant pKa of 1.88. Since however solution of the sodium salt in water yields pH values above 10 (c.f., Chapter 4.20), the acidity of the hypothetical CAS 80 -16 -0 will have no impact on the acid/basic behaviour of the substance.