[kee-teen] /ˈki tin/
a colorless, poisonous gas, C 2 H 2 O, irritating to the lungs, prepared from acetone or acetic acid by pyrolysis: used chiefly in the manufacture of certain commercial chemicals, as acetic anhydride and aspirin.
a colourless irritating toxic gas used as an acetylating agent in organic synthesis. Formula: CH2:CO Also called ethonone
[kee-toh] /ˈki toʊ/ adjective, Chemistry. 1. of or derived from a ketone. 1. a combining form representing ketone, in compound words: ketolysis. combining form 1. indicating that a chemical compound is a ketone or is derived from a ketone: ketose, ketoxime keto- or ket- pref. Ketone; ketone group: ketosis.
ketoacidosis ke·to·ac·i·do·sis (kē’tō-ās’ĭ-dō’sĭs) n. Acidosis caused by the increased production of ketone bodies, as in diabetic acidosis.
ketoaciduria ke·to·ac·i·du·ri·a (kē’tō-ās’ĭ-dur’ē-ə, -dyur’-) n. Excessive amounts of keto acids in the urine.
[kee-toh-koh-nuh-zohl, -zawl] /ˌki toʊˈkoʊ nəˌzoʊl, -ˌzɔl/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a synthetic substance, C 26 H 28 Cl 2 N 4 O 4 , used to treat a variety of fungal infections. ketoconazole ke·to·co·na·zole (kē’tō-kō’nə-zōl’) n. An antifungal agent effective on a variety of fungi and used to treat systemic and topical fungal infections.