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# How many ml of isopropyl are present in a 70ml bottle of rubbing alcohol?

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###### 2017-06-23 12:08:58

Assuming it is 90% by volume isopropyl alcohol, then 70 ml of rubbing alcohol would contain 63 mls of isopropyl alcohol.

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###### 2017-06-23 01:20:00

Rubbing alcohol is a mix of water and isopropyl alcohol. How much of a bottle is alcohol and how much is water depends on the strength of that bottle. Some is 50%, some 90%.

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It is prepared from a special denatured alcohol solution and contains approximately 70 percent by volume of pure, concentrated ethanol (ethyl alcohol) or isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol), so approximately 35 mL in a 50mL bottle.

The quantity of rubbing alcohol present at any moment ina bottle labeled "50-milliliters", expressed in milliliters, is(50) - (number of milliliters previously used for rubbing)

Usually zero ml because ethanol is not normally used in rubbing alcohol. However, there is a little Ethanol-based rubbing alcohol and rubbing alcohol is usually 70 percent, so multiply 50 ml x .7 to get your answer.

It is not recommended to drink rubbing alcohol; the bottle must be clearly labelled.

One of the most inexpensive options is to use isopropyl rubbing alcohol which has a neutral pH.Simply fill a spray bottle with one part rubbing alcohol to three parts water.Spray it lightly on your counters Wipe with a soft sponge. You can also add a few drops of dishwashing detergent to the bottle for added cleaning power.

If you filled a 1L bottle with water and another 1L bottle with rubbing alcohol, which bottle would feel heavier? Use your data to thoroghly explain why. The rubbing alcohol would be heavier because water's density is 1.0, and rubbing alcohol's density is much more than that. Right???

Rubbing alcohol is a very useful first aid product. It can be used for many different things. The shelf life of an open bottle of rubbing alcohol is usually a year, but check the use by date.

Active Ingredients Ethyl Alcohol by Volume 70% Ingredients Denatonium Benzoate , Methyl Isobutyl Ketone , Water The ingredients will be listed on the bottle. There are two standard kinds of rubbing alcohol: (1) one made with isopropryl alcohol, which has a certain toxicity but is more pleasant or neutral smelling; and (2) one made with ethyl alcohol with an added denaturing agent to make it inedible. The ethyl alcohol (ethanol) variety has a bitter or sour or unpleasant smell, and is therefore much less popular than the isopropryl alcohol variety. This is why even though the pharmaceutical definition for "rubbing alcohol" is denatured ethyl alcohol, isopropryl alcohol is far more available commercially and is also labeled as "rubbing" alcohol. The uses of both varieties are the same, although isopropryl alcohol, because of its inherant toxicity, carries warnings about overuse and safe handling. According to Wikipedia.org1: Common, over the counter "Rubbing Alcohol" in pads or in fluid form is generally 60-70% solution of isopropanol in water. Although Isopropanol is sometimes sold as "Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol, 70%" and "Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol, 99%" (harder to find but generally more useful for experimenters &amp; cleaning uses), there is no isopropyl alcohol in the United States Pharmacopeia formula for Rubbing alcohol, U.S.P.. It is used as a disinfectant, and is a common solvent.

Of course it says on the bottle "flammable" on the back!!

Commonly the concentration of ethanol in rubbing alcohol is 70 %.But because many recipes exist, read the label on the bottle; don't drink rubbing alcohol.

Vinyl shutters can be cleaned with a damp, wet cloth or with a bottle of isopropyl alcohol.

Rubbing alcohol is flammable and has a low flash point. Not a good idea to get it around a heat source or open flame. It will evaporate on its own if you leave the bottle open.Got this from wikiIsopropyl alcohol vapor is more dense than air and is highly flammable with a very wide combustible range. It should be kept away from heat and open flame. When mixed with air or other oxidizers it can explode through deflagration.[6] Isopropyl alcohol has also been reported to form explosive peroxides.[6][7

Isopropl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) is not only quite flammable it is also a poison. There should be warning labels on your bottle. Keep it away from flames and sparks. Not for oral use.

Rubbing alcohol comes in a few varieties but all can be simply wiped on a surface, or on the skin, to kill bacteria.70% isopropanol (isopropal alcohol) is the main ingredient in many hand sanitizers, and is sometimes the only ingredient - so save your money and buy a 95 cent bottle of rubbing alcohol rather than a \$6.00 bottle of "hand sanitizer".Rubbing alcohol is also available as 99% isopropanol, and as 95% ethanol (ethyl alcohol).

no matter what , if a drop of blood goes into it you will be shot

Mix half hot water with half 90% rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle &amp; spray in areas of infestation.

Depends on how much is in there, if just a little, put some rubbing alcohol in there and it will remove it as you drive, or you can try a siphon. if you really stuck a garden hose in there, i would take the fuel filter off and turn the key forward and let the fuel pump all the water out till you get down to gas. as you know gas flots on water, and the fuel pump sucks from the bottom of the tank, so it will suck water first, then gas. have fun If this is a power stroke and the water in fuel light is on their is a drain petcock located behind the fuel filter apparatus that will drain your water from the water seperator check your power stroke owners manual, the exact directions are there.Do this as soon as safely possible when light comes on you can perform this anywhere with no tools required.WARNING::: Rubbing alcohol (Isopropyl rubbing alcohol) same kind used for cuts,scrapes should not be put in to your fuel system at all,the active ingredient is 70%Isopropyl alcohol BUT the inactive ingredient is 30% WATER...so by placing as small bottle of rubbing alcohol into the fuel system you are also adding more WATER into the system....Isopropyl alcohol is a major ingredient in the "gas dryer"type fuel additives that are designed to remove water from the fuel system HOWEVER these gas dryer additives do not contain any water what so ever unlike common rubbing alcohol..By adding a 16oz bottle of common isopropyl rubbing alcohol(70%/30%) into the fuel system you are also adding 4.8 ounces of WATER.....which defeats the purpose since you are adding more water to the water you wish to remove in the first place..just spend the extra \$1.25 and purchase the correct fuel additive.

If you mean rubbing alcohol it will keep a long time, keep the cap tight. If you mean drinking alcohol it will also keep for along time, months I think.

That depends a great deal on a couple of things: Did you continue to eat that food? If so, then the answer depends on the quantity of rubbing alcohol. If it was a small amount, you should be fine. If it was a lot, you will probably get very sick. If it was a medium amount, you might get a little drunk, but your food will taste awful. In any case, you probably don't want to try to pour the rubbing alcohol back into the bottle and clean your ears out with it. That is a bad idea.

You will need 2 gallon size zippered bags, 1 bottle of rubbing alcohol, and water. The mixture is 3 parts water to one part rubbing alcohol. Double bag to ensure the mixture does not leak. This type of ice pack will mold itself to the injured area and is a very effective tool to use in pain control.

Homogeneous mixtures can be seen clearly through in a glass bottle like rubbing alcohol for example. Heterogeneous mixtures can not be seen through in a glass bottle like milk.

You can, but what I always do to avoid the potency of the hand sanitizer is just put some rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle and spray it on the mouthpiece.

No. Do not gargle with rubbing alcohol. There is no benefit whatsoever to doing this. You will burn the mucous membranes of your mouth and throat, which will likely be worse than whatever it was that gave you the idea to do this. Also, the label on the bottle warns of "severe gastric distress" if it is swallowed. They are not kidding. You will get very sick and possibly would require hospitalization.

Try reading the information on the bottle. The stuff there might say something about that. They'll usually say to immediately rinse out with water.

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