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Technical Specifications

Chemical Specifications
ASC Chemical NameEthanol Absolute (100%)
C.A.S Number64-17-5
ECNumber200-578-6
Hazard Statements H225-H319
Linear Formula CH3CH2OH
MDL NumberMFCD00003568
Precautionary Statements P210-P280-P305 + P351 + P338-P337 + P313-P403 + P235
Signal word Danger
Size32oz
SymbolFlame, Exclamation
Ethanol Absolute (100) (CHEM-060-32) by Metallurgical Supplies metallurgicalsupplies.com
  • Stock: 1000
  • Reward Points: Receive 43 - META-POINTS
  • Model: CHEM-060-32
  • Weight: 1.10lb
  • SKU: CHEM-060-32
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Ethanol Absolute (100) (CHEM-060-32) - Chemicals and Acids ACS Grade by Metallurgical Supplies

Description

General description
Isopropyl Alcohol, ACS. Meets ACS Specifications for general use

Pure ethyl alcohol is a non-denatured 200proof ethanol. Ethanol, a primary alcohol, is an important raw material for the synthesis of various compounds. It can be synthesized either from molasses by fermentation or by hydration of ethylene. It acts as a hydrogen source and reaction medium during the transfer hydrogenation of carbonyl compounds in the presence of sodium  The impact of ethanol/water fumigation on the performance of diesel engines has been studied.[ACS grade solvent can be used for processes requiring strict quality conditions such as analytical testing.

Application

Pure ethyl alcohol (Ethanol) has been used in the following processes:
• Preparation of AMBF3 (ammoniomethyltrifluoroborate)-conjugated biomolecules.
• As an absorbing liquid for the determination of Grüneisen parameter by photoacoustic measurement in an integrating sphere system.
• Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) on-fiber derivatization analysis of resveratrol extracted from red wine.

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