Rubbing alcohol is a liquid.
Isopropyl alcohol reacts with the proteins in milk, causing them to denature and become solid. Another example of denatured proteins is cooked egg white.
Alcohol is a liquid in room temperature.
Most Ionically bonded substances are solid, this makes me assume that Rubbing alcohol has covalent bonds.
It is a liquid.
Liquid at room temp.
No. The liver metabolizes isopropyl alcohol into highly toxic byproducts that can be fatal. The best thing that could happen would be for you to get very sick and throw it all up. Just because a chemical is called an alcohol does not mean it can be ingested, or even that it is a liquid. The word simply refers to a particular class of molecules. There are solid forms of alcohols, as well.
An alcohol solution is obtained when alcohol is dissolved in water (or in any other organic liquid solvents). So the alcohol solution is liquid.
No it can not, Alcohol is a liquid form, Methamphetamine is a solid form.
Liquid chemicals: nitric acid, acetone, ethanol, sulfuric acid, isopropyl alcohol, benzene, carbon tetrachloride, etc. Solid chemicals: sodium chloride, barium chloride, sodium carbonate, uranyle nitrate, lithiu iodide, etc.
well... if its pure rubbing alcohol, it should evaporate on its own.. maybe use a hairdryer? Stroke the wood with good solid pressure until it oozes out.
Elemental Carbon is a solid. It can form Carbon Dioxide which is either a solid or a gas. It can form Alcohol which is a liquid
its a liquid. Most alcohols are (at room temp).
alcohol is use to heat liquid or solid objet. from:Jay-ar D. Pulad
A solvent is that which may dissolve a solid. Water, hydrochloric Acid, and alcohol are some (times) solvents.
In most conditions it is a liquid. It can be vaporized into a gas and burned. It can also be frozen into a solid, but that requires very cold temperatures, -114 degrees Celsius.
General classes of colloids are: gas in liquid, gas in solid, liquid in gas, liquid in liquid, liquid in solid, solid in gas, solid in liquid, solid in solid.
Three Examples Of Liquids Are Water, Alcohol, And Gasoline. Alcohol is a solid... ...... -.- ......
Some solute-solvent combinations are: example (solute state-solvent state) oxygen in nitrogen (gas-gas) carbon dioxide in water (gas-liquid) water vapor in air (liquid-gas) alcohol in water (liquid-liquid) mercury in silver and tin, dental amalgam (liquid-solid) sugar in water (solid-liquid) copper in nickel (MonelTM alloy) (solid-solid)
Bacteria is a gas produced by boiling a mixture of alcohol and urine.
These nine types of solution are solid to solid solid to liquid solid to gas liquid to solid liquid to liquid liquid to gas gas to solid gas to liquid gas to gas
Is it solid
Vanilla is found in a seed (of the vanilla orchid) called a vanilla bean. The flavor is extracted from the bean by soaking it in alcohol. The vanilla bean is solid, the flavoring- vanilla extract, is a liquid.
In solid form, yes (although it is more often encountered as a liquid, dissolved in alcohol).