Acetone 99% pure [67-64-1]
Acetone is used in the production of medicines, dyes, paints, varnishes and cleaning agents. It is often used as an ingredient in nail polish remover.
C3H6O content min. 99.0%
Alcohols CH3OH and C2H5OH max. 0.05%
Non-volatile residue max. 0.001%
Acidity (j. CH3COOH) max. 0.003%
Alkalinity (NH3) max. 0.001%
KMnO4 reducing substances max. 0.0002%
Aldehydes (HCOH) max. 0.006%
Water max 0.5%
Determination (GC) min. 99.8%
Non-volatile substance max. 0.0005%
Suitability for GC-MS dioxins, furans, PCP compatible
Organic substances insoluble in water according to the flow rate
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Source: GHS pictograms