diacetate di·ac·e·tate (dī-ās'ĭ-tāt')
A salt or ester containing two acetate groups.
From a solution of chromate of potash and diacetate of lead, as chrome yellow.
Extract of belladonna, 1⁄2 dr.; dilute solution of diacetate of lead, 1⁄2 pint.
From solution of diacetate of lead, 16 drops; distilled water, 1⁄2 pint; mix.
The derivative is approximately a diacetate, and on the assumption of a simple ester reaction the yield should be 127 p.ct.