What Is Acetone?
According to Merriam Webster, acetone is a volatile, fragrant liquid ketone C3H6O used chiefly as a solvent and in organic synthesis and found in abnormal quantities in diabetic urine.
- acetone is a colorless solvent
- is highly flammable
- should be used with care
What few of us know is that acetone occurs naturally in some plants.
It is also a by-product of breaking down fats in the body.
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