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ac·e·tone

 (ăs′ĭ-tōn′)
n.
A colorless, volatile, extremely flammable liquid ketone, C3H6O, widely used as an organic solvent. It is one of the ketone bodies that accumulate in the blood and urine when fat is being metabolized.

ac′e·ton′ic (-tŏn′ĭk) adj.
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The filtrates of each solvent were dried, resulting in the extracts 1A (hexane), 2A (dichloromethane), 3A (ethyl acetate), 4A (acetonic), and 5A (methanolic).
Antioxidant and antidiabetic properties of condensed tannins in acetonic extract of selected raw and processed indigenous food ingredients from Kenya.
basilicum and the acetonic extract of Eucalyptus more pupae were developed in treated fruits as compared to their untreated guavas.
The type of organic solvent that is used to extract the metabolites is very crucial; the same concentrations (<2 mL/kg) of A mexicana leaf extracts caused different mortality rates in Corcyra cephalonica (Stainton) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) 4th instar larvae when they were extracted in different solvents: the methanolic 10 to 20% extracts, the acetonic 10 to 70% extracts, the ethanolic 20 to 90% extracts, and the chloroformic 10 to 100% extracts (Kangade & Zambare 2013).
Our results are confirmed by literature data indicating that the aqueous acetonic and ethanolic extracts from green leaves scavenge radicals to a greater degree compared to those from yellow Ginkgo leaves [33].
Perlatolic acid (Oettl et al., 2013) and physodic acid were obtained from a diethyl ether extract of Cladonia portentosa and an acetonic extract of Pseudevernia furfuracea, respectively (Bauer et al., 2012).
Acetonic leaf extracts was subjected to phytochemical analysis to ascertain the presence of metabolites such as steroids, alkaloids, proteins, carbohydrates, flavanoids, tannins, saponins and terpenoids.
Qualitative assay for the presence of secondary plant metabolites was carried out on the methanolic, ethanolic and acetonic leaf and flowering cones of A.