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Product Details:
Grade StandardIndustrial Grade
CAS Number67-64-1
SynonymsDimethyl Ketone,Dimethyl Carbonyl,Ketone Propane,2-propanone,beta-ketopropane
Chemical FormulaC3H6O
HS Code29141100
EC No.200-662-2
ColorColourless
Odourpungent and floral (mint-like)
Shelf life2 to 5 years
Molecular Weight58.08 g/mol
Density0.7845 g/cm3
Melting Point-94.7 DegreeC
Boiling Point56.05 DegreeC
Solubility in waterMiscible
Vapor pressure30.6 kPa (25 DegreeC)
Acidity19.16 pKa (H2O)
Refractive index1.3588
Viscosity0.295 mPas
Flash Point-20 DegreeC
Ignition Temperature465 DegreeC
Freezing Point-95 DegreeC
Surface tension25.2 mN/m
Thermal Conductivity0.0115 W/m-K
HazardsHighly flammable,causes eye irritation and dizziness
PrecautionsKeep away from sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. Store in ventilated place.
Packaging TypeBottle

 

Applications:

 

  • Acetone is the preferred solvent for most plastics and synthetic fibres including laboratory bottles made of polystyrene, polycarbonate and some types of polypropylene. It is used as a volatile component of some paints and varnishes

  • Despite being flammable, acetone can also be used extensively as a solvent for the safe transporting and storing of acetylene, which by itself, cannot be safely pressurized as a pure compound.

  • Acetone is used in medical and cosmetic applications(skin rejuvenation process in medical offices and medical spas) and is also listed as a component in food additives and food packaging. Since ancient times, people have been using chemexfoliation methods, also known as chemical peeling, to rejuvenate skin.

  • Acetone is used as a polar aprotic solvent in a variety of organic reactions, eg SN2 reactions. The use of acetone solvent is critical for the Jones’ oxidation. Acetone is a common solvent for use in laboratories because of its low cost and volatility, and as it does not form an azeotrope with water.

  • For artistic purposes, when applied on the reverse of a laser print/ photocopy placed face-down on another surface and burnished firmly, the toner of the image gets transferred to the destination surface.

 

 

     


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