What is Acetone oxime (acetoxime)?

Acetone oxime

Acetone oxime (acetoxime) is the amoebic admixture with the blueprint (CH3)2CNOH. It is the simplest archetype of a ketoxime. It is a white apparent solid that is acrid in water, ethanol, ether, chloroform, and ligroin. It is acclimated as a reagent in the amalgam of added circuitous amoebic compounds.
Acetone oxime is an accomplished bane inhibitor (deoxidant) with lower toxicity and greater adherence compared to the accepted abettor hydrazine. It is aswell advantageous in the assurance of ketones, cobalt, and in amoebic synthesis.