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ArroChem’s Ethanol 200 Proof, also known as absolute ethanol, is a high-purity alcohol product with a concentration of 100% by volume (v/v). It is manufactured through a distillation process to remove impurities, resulting in a colorless, clear liquid. Ethanol 200 Proof is commonly used in various industries, including laboratory applications, manufacturing, and as a solvent in different processes.

General Characteristics:

Appearance:

Solubility in Water, 25°C:

Flash Point:

Specific Gravity:             

Colorless, clear liquid

Completely soluble

~13°C (55°F) (closed cup)

~0.789 g/cm³ at 20°C (68°F)

 

Application:

Ethanol 200 Proof finds diverse applications across different industries, including but not limited to the following:

  • Laboratory Applications: Widely used in laboratories as a reagent, solvent, and cleaning agent for various analytical procedures.
  • Industrial Manufacturing: Employed in the production of alcoholic beverages, cleaning products, and chemical formulations.
  • Biofuel: Used as a renewable fuel source for ethanol-based biofuels.

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