Zinc Acetate is most commonly utilized in the food industry as an additive for enhancing flavor with E number E650. It is also extensively added to lozenges capsules as a dietary supplement. This compound also serves as a dye mordant and has a role to play as a reagent in laboratories and hospitals. It is water soluble in nature and appears as white colored solid with a density of 1.735 g/cm3. Zinc Acetate shows boiling point of 237 degrees Celsius with a molar mass of 183.48 g/mol in anhydrous form. It has molecular formula C4H6O4Zn and ability to accept 4 hydrogen bonds during a chemical reaction.