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Introduction

Acetone is a light, pale, neutral, and very volatile liquid. This solvent has a distinct smell and easily ignites. It is made from distillation of a kind of oil called calcium acetate, also mixed with organic solvents and water in all proportions.

Aston uses

Solvent for nitrocellulose resins, cellulose, cellulose acetate, cellulose ethers, cellulose stuboitrites, chlorine rubber, most resins.

Cellulose solutions, esters in acetone are very low viscosity.

The viscosity of lacquer solutions based on cellulose esters can be significantly reduced by adding small quantities of acetone. Acetone is especially suitable for fast drying varnishes because it has high volatility.

Solutions with very high solids can be made using acetone.

Therefore, acetone is often used in the production of plastics, synthetic fibers, pharmaceuticals and other chemical compounds.

Indigo colors are also used in industrial production.

Acetone dissolves about 300 times its own acetylene volumes.

This solution is absorbed into some of the porous and porous materials in steel tanks called dexygen gas.

Acetone is used for a number of chemical reactions.

Especially as a reaction medium in the preparation of materials due to its good solubility and oxidation stability.

Available in accordance with DAB6 and DAB7R5 for the uses described above.

Stone application in the industry

Acetone has different grades in the industry, for example, stones used are popular grade 93.

This stone is used in the paint and glue industries.

It is used in the plastic industry, as well as in the manufacture of synthetic fibers and in the pharmaceutical industry.

Harms

Acetone is naturally very toxic.

Drinking a large amount of it will cause anesthesia and damage to the oral mucosa

Due to contact with the skin, it can cause irritation, irritation and damage to the skin.

Nowadays, scientists have come up with a substance that has exactly the same properties as Stone but does not have toxicity.

This is especially true in advanced countries, as the ban on poisonous acetone is enforced in these countries.

When women use lacquer to remove lice, this toxic substance is absorbed through the nasal end of the body.

And through this, it causes many diseases, including cancer, for humans

Stone in this category has a grade 93, but Estonia, which does not want to be toxic, should have a grade 99, which is rarely made in Iran.

Other names Dimethyl ketone, β-Ketopropane
Molecular formula CH3COCH3
SMILES CC(=O)C
Molar mass ۵۸٫۰۹ g/mol
Face (appearance) Nonsense liquid
Physical density and stiffness ۰٫۷۹ g / cm3, liquid (liquid)
Solubility in water Soluble
Melting point -۹۴٫۹ °C (178.2 K)
Boiling point ۵۶٫۳ °C (329.4 K)
Dependent ketones Butanone
Solvent dependent Water
Ethanol
Isopropanol
Toluene