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Definitions of acetonic in various dictionaries:
adj - of or relating to acetone
adj - a flammable liquid [n -S] : ACETONIC
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Volatile liquid's excellent accompaniment for gin|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Jul 12 2009 The Times - Cryptic|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Of, pertaining to, or producing acetone|
|bAcetoneb (systematically named propanone) is the organic compound with the formula (CHsub3sub)sub2subCO. It is a colorless, volatile, flammable liquid, and is the simplest ketone.|
|of or relating to acetone|
|Of, containing, or involving acetone.|
|Acetonic might refer to|
|Acetonitrile is the chemical compound with the formula CH3CN. This colourless liquid is the simplest organic nitrile (hydrogen cyanide is a simpler nitrile, but the cyanide anion is not classed as organic). It is produced mainly as a byproduct of acrylonitrile manufacture. It is used as a polar aprotic solvent in organic synthesis and in the purification of butadiene.In the laboratory, it is used as a medium-polarity solvent that is miscible with water and a range of organic solvents, but not saturated hydrocarbons. It has a convenient liquid range and a high dielectric constant of 38.8. With a dipole moment of 3.92 D, acetonitrile dissolves a wide range of ionic and nonpolar compounds and is useful as a mobile phase in HPLC and LC–MS. The N≡C−C skeleton is linear with a short C≡N distance of 1.16 Å.Acetonitrile was first prepared in 1847 by the French chemist Jean-Baptiste Dumas.|