Definition of Dimethyl ketone
1. Noun. The simplest ketone; a highly inflammable liquid widely used as an organic solvent and as material for making plastics.
Generic synonyms: Ketone, Dissolvent, Dissolver, Dissolving Agent, Resolvent, Solvent
Derivative terms: Acetonic
Medical Definition of Dimethyl ketone
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Literary usage of Dimethyl ketone
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1. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1884)
"Friedel * then obtained a substance having the composition of propyl alcohol by the action of sodium amalgam and water on acetone or dimethyl ketone (CHj^CO ..."
2. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"ACETONE (DIMETHYL-KETONE) Acetone, USP, CHj-CO-CH.,, is used as a solvent for fats, resins, rubber, etc.; and for the preparation of oleoresins. ..."
3. Fownes' Manual of Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical by George Fownes (1878)
"dimethyl ketone.—Acetone, CO(CH,),.—Thie compound is formed: 1. liy the dry distillation of acetates.—2. ..."
4. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller (1880)
"Ketones, and especially dimethyl ketone or acetone, are often obtained as products of ... dimethyl ketone. Dimethyl carbinol. 2(CH3)2.CO + HH = (CH8)2C(OH). ..."
5. A Manuel of the Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds: Or, Organic Chemistry by Carl Schorlemmer (1874)
"OH - IT, dimethyl ketone. CH, . I*, CH. CH, The ketones contain two alcohol radicals combined with carbonyl; they may be obtained by different other ..."
6. Watts' Manual of Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical (based on Fownes' Manual). by Henry Watts, George Fownes, William Augustus Tilden (1886)
"These bodies contain the group CO associated with two mono- hydric alcohol-radicles, which may either be the same or different, eg, dimethyl ketone or ..."
7. Text-book of medical and pharmaceutical chemistry by Elias Hudson Bartley (1909)
"... or Dimethyl-ketone. Dimethyl-carbine]. A tertiary alcohol, when oxidized, is either broken up into two or more acids, or it may form a ketone having one ..."