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How much rubbing alcohol is deadly and what do you do for ingestion?

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Very much so. Drinking alcohol is called ethanol. Isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) on the other hand is very hazardous if consumed. DO NOT try to drink rubbing alcohol.


Rubbing alcohol is highly poisonous. It should never be consumed.


Drinking rubbing alcohol can kill you by destroying your organs. Don't do it.


You shouldn't ever drink rubbing alcohol. It isn't the same as the alcohol in beer, wine, whiskey, etc. Rubbing alcohol is very dangerous and cause things like blindness and death.


No. Rubbing alcohol is 70% ethyl alcohol, methylated spirits is closer to 90% so much stronger.


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%.


The density of rubbing alcohol is about 0.8 g/millilitre depending on how much water is in it and whether it is based on ethanol or isopropyl alcohol. The density doesn't depend on the volume.


Any amount is dealdly as it is not an edible product whatsoever. Although can be severely damaging. Any amount is dealdly as it is not an edible product whatsoever. Although can be severely damaging.


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???


It depends on how much alcohol is in the blood and how much Dilaudid you take and how it is taken wheather oral or intraveinious


Rubbing alcohol is poisonous and should not be consumed in any amounts under any circumstances. Rubbing alcohol consists of mostly isopropanol alcohol and not the ethyl alcohol that people consume. This alcohol breaks down to acetone in the liver and can cause a wide range of symptoms including vomiting, headaches, dizziness, and can even cause a person to go into a coma.


Normal windshield washer fluid contains methanol. Rubbing alcohol is isopropyl alcohol. Assuming that your rubbing alcohol is 70% alcohol, I would mix 1 cup of alcohol for every 2 cups of distilled water. If you use tap water, you could get mineral deposits in your windshield washer tubing. Also, I wouldn't try using rubbing alcohol in an older car, because it might still use rubber tubing. This would be damaged by the isopropyl alcohol.


Some of the salt will dissolve in the "rubbing alcohol," which normally contains between 9% and 25% water. However, salt is insoluble in pure alcohol, so much of the salt will remain in its granular form.


you can try peroxide instead of rubbing alcohol, it doesnt sting as much. Natural options would be tea tree oil and witch hazel. They act as an anti-fungal.




alcohol does freeze, but at a much lower temparture than water. It has a freezing point of -117 F, which is much colder than a conventional freezer.


Anything injected as this chemical cannot be good fore you,100c syringe 5c not much reaction over this amount could cause serious damage to your filter system liver,kidneys do not experiment with rubbing alcohol its not a good idea even using it as a mixer fore narcotic is another bad idea. Keep your health,kidney,liver function and do not toy with a deadly concotion.


RUBBING ALCOHOL is intended for use on the skin only. It was made in the old days for rubbing on the skin, on a inflammed Joint. It was also Rubbed on skin to reduce fevers. It is no longer used much for these purposes, the older folks may still use for Joint pain. Rubbing Alcohol is now used in small amounts for Cleansing the skin before injections. DO NOT DRINK! RUBBING ALCOHOL IS POISONOUS. CONTAINS CHEMICALS 70% ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL AND 30% WATER._______________________________________________________DENATURED ALCOHOL IS ETHANOL MAY CONTAIN THESE CHEMICALS: METHANOL AND OR ISOPROPANOL AND GASOLINE.DENATURED ALCOHOL IS POISONOUS! DO NOT DRINK.DENATURED ALCOHOL IS RECOMMENDED IN THE REMOVAL OF MILDEW FROM NATURAL LEATHER JACKETS, PURSES, PANTS. (DO NOT USE ON SUEDE)


Rubbing alcohol has a much lower boiling point than that of water, allowing less ambient heat to cause it to evaporate. also because of its different molecules in each liquids.


if you are lucky you will get sick, if you are not lucky you will die, its poison....


It shouldn't but if you smell to much it may cause some problems, try using the the wafting technique so you don't get as much alcohol than you should.


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 & 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.


Alcohols are neither acids nor bases, so they do not have a pH value


There is a product by the name of "Lift-Off" that works very well - readily available (Lowe's, Wal-Mart...) rubbing alcohol will take much more effort.



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