Hexafluoroacetone (HFA) is a chemical compound with the formula (CF3)2CO. It is structurally similar to acetone; however, its reactivity is markedly different. It a colourless, hygroscopic, nonflammable, highly reactive gas characterized by a musty odour. The most common form of this substance is hexafluoroacetone (1.5 H2O), which is a hemihydrate of (F3C)2C(OH)2, a geminal diol .

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  • Hexafluoroacetone (HFA) is a chemical compound with the formula (CF3)2CO. It is structurally similar to acetone; however, its reactivity is markedly different. It a colourless, hygroscopic, nonflammable, highly reactive gas characterized by a musty odour. The most common form of this substance is hexafluoroacetone (1.5 H2O), which is a hemihydrate of (F3C)2C(OH)2, a geminal diol . (en)
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  • acetone hexafluoride (en)
  • perfluoro-2-propanone (en)
  • perfluoroacetone (en)
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  • 1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoro-2-propanone (en)
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  • Hexafluoroacetone (HFA) is a chemical compound with the formula (CF3)2CO. It is structurally similar to acetone; however, its reactivity is markedly different. It a colourless, hygroscopic, nonflammable, highly reactive gas characterized by a musty odour. The most common form of this substance is hexafluoroacetone (1.5 H2O), which is a hemihydrate of (F3C)2C(OH)2, a geminal diol . (en)
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  • Hexafluoroacetone (en)
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  • Hexafluoroacetone (en)
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