Acetone is a type of pure compound that is made of three elements. Hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen are the three elements that make up acetone.
Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
Acetone's has the formula C3H6O. The elements that makeup this organic compound are hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen. Acetone also is called propanone.
No, because when you add acetone to acetone, all you are doing is adding more of the volume of acetone to acetone. You are just changing the amount of acetone, not anything chemically happening.
Not organic elements but organic compounds as methanol, ethanol, benzene, acetone, glucose, acetic acid, dexamethazone, cyclohexane, carbon tetrachloride, etc.
We use acetone in our paint shop and I wnat to know what is a good sustitute for acetone, keeping the properties close to Acetone. We use acetone in our paint shop and I wnat to know what is a good sustitute for acetone, keeping the properties close to Acetone.
(acetone is aromatic) Acetone is not even a little aromatic because acetone does not fit's in Huekel's rule.
Depends on how much acetone you use, the strength of the acetone, and the size of the conatiner your combining the acetone and the peanuts in.
Acetone molecules evaporate when you add heat to a beaker of liquid acetone.
Acetone burns in oxygen.
Yes. Acetone is a degreaser
Acetone is a compound.
Acetone is CH3COCH3
Acetone is a colorless liquid.
Its ethanol.. NOT acetone!!
Acetone is not known as hygroscopic.
Acetone in the gaseous form (when liquid acetone evaporates).
No. Acetone is a ketone. Acetone is CH3COCH3 Ether is of the type R-O-R
Acetone has no ingredients per se. Asking about the ingredients in acetone is like asking what the ingredients in water (H2O) are. If you take any atoms away from the molecule of acetone, it's no longer acetone. The chemical formula for acetone, however, is: (CH3)2 CO.
The number of acetone molecules is 24,843.10e23.
Vaporisation of acetone is a physical change, acetone molecules are unaffected.
Acetone will not make Styrofoam hard. Putting Styrofoam in acetone will dissolve how to do it is easy. Place a bit of acetone into a bowl then put in the Styrofoam in the bowl and it will dissolve away.
K2SO4 is not soluble in acetone.