Ethanol 140 Proof (70%) Denatured Alcohol
|Denatured Alcohol,Denatured Ethanol,Reagent Alcohol|
Denaturing of Ethanol means to make it unsuitable for human consumption by adding any other chemicals such as Ethyl Ether, Methanol, etc. The denatured Ethanol has a bitter taste and a pungent smell due to its poisonous nature. The composition 140 Proof (70%) of Ethanol signifies that it contains only 70% contents of pure Ethanol mixed with other additives for denaturing. The presence of water recedes evaporation of the solution, making it more effective against microbial pathogens compared to the high purity (>90%) Alcohols. Therefore, it is more suitable for sanitization and anti-bacterial applications in crowded places such as restaurants, malls, offices, etc.
|Specific Gravity @ 20°C||0.880 - 0.890|
|Appearance||Clear liquid, free from sediment|
|Color, Pt-Co||10 max|
|Acidity (wt/wt% as acetic acid)||0.0025%|
- Cleaning agent
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Pesticide synthesis
Ethanol (Ethyl Alcohol), 140 Proof (70%), Denatured Reagent Alcohol Shipping Information:
DOT: Alcohol, n.o.s. (denatured ethanol), 3, UN1987, PG II
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