Acetone

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Acetone

Chemical formula of acetone: CH3COCH3.

Acetone boiling point: 56 ° C.

Acetone density: 784 kg / m³

Stone (Naming IoPack Propaneon) is the simplest ketone and one of the spots. This volatile substance is frivolous and extremely flammable and has a high consumption in the industry as a solvent. One of the simplest methods of making this material is the distillation of calcium acetate.

Stone History

This material was discovered by Haim Weisman. From 1916 to 1919, he became chairman of a chemistry laboratory and, during his tenure, discovered how to make acetone.

Solubility in water: completely soluble.

Uses and Applications of Acetone:

Acetone is used as the solvent for many organic compounds. In the production of plastics, synthetic fibers, pharmaceuticals and other chemical compounds. Also used in industrial production of Indigo dyes. Astol as a solvent in formulations covering surfaces and materials related to detergents and thinners, also in acrylics and nitrocellulose alcohols and paints, as solvents in pharmaceutical and cosmetic products, adhesive solvent , Cement, ink, adhesives, waxes, resins, greases, greases, oils, and colorants in extraction processes, in powder distillation industries, as a solvent in the electrical industry, and as a carrier Acetylene is used inside the cylinders.

Acetone is used in the chemical industry as an intermediate in the production of methyl methacrylate, methacrylic acid, methyl. It is often used in the preparation of compounds such as antioxidants, isobutyl ketone, bisphenol herbicides, heavy ketones, formaldehyde and di-phenaline amines, and intermediate vitamins.

Acetone naturally occurs in the natural metabolism of the body and in the organs of the body and muscles and tissues, and the blood contains a small amount of acetone

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