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Physical & Chemical properties

Oxidising properties

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Pure acetone is essentially inert to air oxidation an to diffuse sunlight under ambient conditions. Its chemical stability diminishes significantly in the presence of water. Acetone is reported to be stable to many of the usual oxidants, but is sensitive to the stronger oxidizing agents. Therefore acetone itself is not regarded as an oxidising agent.

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