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According to a toxicology report, Musson also had barbituates, cannabinoids, salicylates, acetone, ethanol, isopropanol and methanol in his system.
During Tuesday's hearing, Huntsville police Investigator Brad Snipes testified those items, including acetone, sulfuric acid, hydrogen peroxide and a cooler, were seized from Sayyed's home at Twickenham Village Apartments.
Snipes testified the materials for a TATP bomb include acetone, sulfuric acid, hydrogen peroxide and a cooler, according to Sayyed.
Beware of extensions that require a remover containing acetone or alcohol, which can be harsh and drying if left on the hair for too long.
Start by giving your toes a tune-up by pushing back the cuticle with an orange stick dipped in non-acetone polish remover.
Acetone and ethyl acetone generally don’t cause such injuries.
Ying calmly wiped my skin down with acetone nail polish remover, and boom—gone.
Acetone and dry ice aren't just for your nails and/or middle school science projects anymore—dermatologists are now mixing them together to cleanse, exfoliate, and brighten patients' skin.
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Origin and Etymology of acetone
First Known Use: 1837See Words from the same year
medical Definition of acetone
acetonicplay \ˌas-ə-ˈtän-ik\ adjective
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