n-Propanol, 500ml
n-Propanol, 1 Liter
n-Propanol, 4 Liters

n-Propanol | Antiviral Ingredient For Hand Sanitizers | Other Names: Propanol, 1-Propanaol, n-Propyl Alcohol, Propan-1-ol, 1-Propyl Alcohol

Brand: Lab Alley
SKU: C6700

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Model # Description BrandPriceQuantity
C6700-500ml 1-Propanol, 500 mL Lab Alley $29.00
C6700-1L 1-Propanol, 1L Lab Alley $45.00
C6700-4L 1-Propanol, 4L Lab Alley $134.00
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Description

n-Propyl Alcohol Product Summary

 

Buy n-Propanol For $29 | Antiviral Compound Used To Make Hand Sanitizers | Antiviral | SDS | 1-Propanol For Sale Online | 99% Purity | 33 Ounce (1 Liter) Bottle $45 | 1 Gallon (4 Liter) $134 | Shipped UPS In The USA | Formula CH3CH2CH2OH | n-Propyl Alchol | Hazards | MSDS | Density 803 kg/m³ | Structure | Boiling Point: 206.6°F (97°C) | Molecular Weight: 60.09 g/mol

 

About n-Propanol 

 

n-Propanol (1-Propanol) is a primary alcohol with the formula CH 3CH 2CH 2OH. This colorless liquid is also known as propan-1-ol, 1-propyl alcohol and n-propyl alcohol, . It is an isomer of 2-propanol. Read more here. Alcohol-based versions of hand sanitizers typically contain some combination of isopropyl alcohol, ethanol (ethyl alcohol), or n-propanol. n-Propanol shows efficacy against the SARS Coronavirus.

n-Propyl Alcohol Specifications:
Typical Analysis
Assay: Min. 99% 
Maximum Limits
Color (APHA): 15
Water: 0.1%


n-Propyl Alcohol Shipping Information:
DOT: n-Propyl acetate, 3, UN1276, PG II

Ingredients In Hand Sanitizers

Most alcohol-based hand antiseptics contain isopropanol, ethanol, n-propanol, or a combination of 2 of these products. The antimicrobial activity of alcohols can be attributed to their ability to denature and coagulate proteins. The microorganism’s cells are then lysed, and their cellular metabolism is disrupted. Alcohol solutions containing 60% to 95% alcohol are most effective. Notably, higher concentrations are less potent because proteins are not denatured easily in the absence of water. Alcohol concentrations in antiseptic hand rubs are often expressed as percent by volume, but sometimes as percent by weight. Buy bulk natural ingredients and antiviral raw materials for safe recipes for DIY homemade hand sanitizers here

Alcohols such as ethanol are well-known antimicrobial agents and were first recommended for the treatment of hands in 1888. The highest antimicrobial efficacy can be achieved with ethanol (60% to 85%), isopropanol (60% to 80%), and n-propanol (60% to 80%). The activity is broad and immediate. Ethanol, the most common alcohol ingredient, appears to be the most effective against viruses; whereas, the propanols have a better bactericidal activity than ethanol. None of the alcohols has shown a potential for acquired bacterial resistance. The combination of alcohols may have a synergistic effect. The concentration of alcohol does change the efficacy with one study showing a hand rub with 85% ethanol being significantly better at reducing bacterial populations compared to concentrations of 60% to 62%. ABHS also often contain humectants, like glycerin, which help prevent skin dryness, and emollients or moisturizers, like aloe vera, which help replace some of the water that is stripped by the alcohol. Read more here.