What are the uses of acetone?


Acetone is a colourless and extremely flammable manufactured liquid. It is used as a solvent to dissolve substances like paints, varnishes, oils, waxes, resins, plastics, and glues. It is also used to make plastics, rayon, fibres, drugs as well as photographic film.
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Acetone is an unstable fragrant flammable liquid ketone with the molecular formula of C3H6O. It is used mainly as a solvent and in organic synthesis; it is found in abnormal quantities in diabetic urine and is is produced from propylene.
Acetone is used for many purposes. It can be used to make drugs and plastics. It also is useful as a cleaning solution to dissolve super glue and nail polish. You can find more information here: http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/tfacts21.html
Acetone can be used for many different things. It is used to remove chemicals, or paints from surfaces where it doesn't belong. It is also used to remove fingernail polish.
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