Acetone 99.5-100.5% (by anhydrous basis) NF, ACS, J.T. Baker®

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Synonyms: Propanone

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Acetone 99.5-100.5% (by anhydrous basis) NF, ACS, J.T. Baker®
Acetone
Formula: CH₃COCH₃
MW: 58,08 g/mol
MDL Number: MFCD00008765
CAS Number: 67-64-1
UN: 1090
ADR: 3,II
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Specification Test Results

Meets N.F. Requirements
GMP Manufactured Product
Meets ACS Reagent Chemical Requirements
CAUTION: For Manufacturing, processing or repackaging
Bulk Pharmaceutical Chemical
NF - Identification A Passes Test
NF - Identification B Passes Test
NF - Specific Gravity at 25°/25°C ≤0.789
NF - Nonvolatile Residue ≤0.004 %
NF - Readily Oxidizable Substances Passes Test
NF - Water (H₂O) ≤0.5 %
NF - Assay (as (CH₃)₂CO) (calculated on anhydrous basis) 99.5 - 100.5 %
NF - Benzene ≤2 ppm
ACS - Aldehydes (as HCHO) ≤0.002 %
ACS - Assay (CH₃COCH₃) (by GC, corrected for water) ≥99.5 %
ACS - Color (APHA) ≤10
ACS - Isopropyl Alcohol (CH₃CHOHCH₃)(by GC) ≤0.05 %
ACS - Methanol (CH₃OH)(by GC) ≤0.05 %
ACS - Residue after Evaporation ≤0.001 %
ACS - Solubility in H₂O Passes Test
ACS - Substances Reducing Permanganate Passes Test
ACS - Titrable Acid (meq/g) ≤0.0003
ACS - Titrable Base (meq/g) ≤0.0006
ACS - Water (H₂O) ≤0.5 %
Class 1, 2 and 3 residual solvents are likely to be present. Benzene (Class 1) is reported on each lot and is below the USP/NF limit concentration. Methanol and Toluene (Class 2) are both below their
Option 1 limits. All Class 3 solvents are <0.5%.
Elemental Impurities (USP (232), EP 5.20) - Information on elemental
impurities for this product is available on the associated Product
Regulatory Data Sheet and elemental impurity profile report.

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