- Acetone is a
pleasant smelling liquid, water-white, boiling at 56.1’ C.,
completely miscible with water, and weighing about 6.6 pounds per
- It is readily
soluble in water, ethanol, ether, etc., and itself serves as an
- The most familiar
household use of acetone is as the active ingredient in nail polish
remover. Acetone is also used to make plastic, fibers, drugs, and
- The utilization
of millimolar concentrations of [2- 14C]acetone and the production
of acetone from acetoacetate were studied in perfused livers from
48-h starved rats.
- It is reported
Acetone production in children was derived from the relationship of
blood acetone levels and acetone “turnover rates”
metabolism in the aerobic bacterium Xanthobacter strain Py2 proceeds
by a carboxylation reaction forming acetoacetate as the first
- A new application
method of acetone is developed using a specific spray technique with
an Eppendorf ® multistepper pipette.
technology has been used to produce hydrogen, acetone, butanol and
ethanol (ABE) by fermentation, production properties were studied by
using many bacteria, Enterobacter aerogenes, Clostridium butyricum,
C. saccharoperbutylacetonicum N1-4, micro flora from POME reservoir,
- More than 90
percent of US acetone is produced as a coproduct with phenol through
cumene peroxidation in the manufacture of phenol. About 0.62 pounds
of acetone is produced per pound of phenol.
capacity increased rapidly in the mid 1980s, which reached
6,700kt/yr in 2004 with an annual growth of 4% on average. Asia
enjoyed the fastest 20% growth with most new capacity seen in China.
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