Related formsac·e·ton·ic [as-i-ton-ik] /ˌæs ɪˈtɒn ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for acetone
Van Ronk described how when visiting Asch he would put on his “Folkways suit,” a filthy jacket that smelled of acetone.
The nitrobenzoate is insoluble in ether alcohol, but is soluble in acetone, acetic acid, and nitrobenzene.Researches on Cellulose|C. F. Cross
It is prepared by treating a mixture of citral and acetone with barium hydrate, and distilling in vacuo.The Handbook of Soap Manufacture|W. H. Simmons
The acetone was a little stronger than at entrance; the diacetic absent except on three days.The Starvation Treatment of Diabetes|Lewis Webb Hill
If discharge is carried on at an excessive rate the acetone is drawn out with the gas and reduces the heat of the welding flame.Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting|Harold P. Manly
Thus at 10 atmospheres the presence of the acetone is a source of safety; but at 20 atmospheres it becomes an extra danger.