How can acetylene be converted into HCOOH

Chemical properties of acetylene

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Summary

The technical production method of acetylene is based on the behavior of the carbides towards water. The reaction proceeds according to the equation:
$$ {\ text {MeC}} _ ​​2 + {\ text {H}} _ 2 {\ text {O}} = {\ text {C}} _ ​​2 {\ text {H}} _ 2 + {\ text {MeO} } $$
, d. H. from the carbide acetylene and the oxide of the metal in question are formed.
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