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The question of whether acetone can be treated as self-associating is considered. Motivations for considering ketones as self-associating are given, based partially on some of their purecomponent physical properties but especially on their phase behavior. It is shown that good vapor-liquid equilibria predictions can be obtained for the mixtures acetone-pentane and acetone-water by considering acetone as self-associating. The justification for this approach is the existence of a vast body ofdoi:10.1021/ie034243m fatcat:w44htz2mirg3tbzhtrg5iiu2nq