Van Ronk described how when visiting Asch he would put on his “Folkways suit,” a filthy jacket that smelled of acetone.
Diacetic acid occurs in the same conditions as acetone, but is less frequent and has more serious significance.
This begins to be well marked when the proportion of acetone exceeds 80 p.ct.
acetone dissolves twenty-four times its own bulk of acetylene at ordinary atmospheric pressure.
On distilling off the acetone, a precipitation is determined.
The mixture is then filtered into a previously weighed flask and washed several times with the acetone remaining.
By passing the vapour of strong acetic acid through an iron tube heated to dull redness, and condensing the acetone thus formed.
The vertical type, however, is employed in the manufacture of acetone and of iodine.
More accurate investigations enabled him to identify these substances with acetone compounds.
An example of a ternary system yielding such a boundary surface is that consisting of phenol, water, and acetone.
acetone ac·e·tone (ās'ĭ-tōn')
A colorless, volatile, extremely flammable liquid ketone widely used as an organic solvent.
An organic compound produced in excessive amounts in diabetic acidosis.