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Acetone Regulations and Pollution Prevention: What You Should
Flammability. Considerations for Use. The greatest danger regarding acetone use is that it poses a serious fire hazard.
Acetone Product Stewardship Summary
intermediate feedstock for acrylics and BPA accounts for two thirds of total acetone use.
Acetone. Substance No. : 200-662-2.
VLXE License Overview
Association term Components like water or methanol uses the association term. Polar term Components like acetone uses the polar term.

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Research and Markets: Acetone: 2011 World Market Outlook And Forecast
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Acetone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the laboratory, acetone is used as a polar aprotic solvent in a variety of organic reactions, such as SN2 reactions.
Acetone Use & Care
ACETONE USE & CARE. Acetone, also called dimethyl ketone, is one of the ketone group of solvents that also includes methyl ethyl ketone.
Acetone Uses and Market Data
The largest consumer of acetone is acetone cyanohydrin (ACH), which is the precursor to methyl methacrylate (MMA) and methacrylic acid.
Roughly 75% of the available acetone is used to produce other chemicals,4 and 12% is used as a solvent.
What is acetone used for
Please do not use acetone to soften earwax. There are commercially available solutions that are far less invasive.

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