The key ingredient in many hand sanitizers is ethanol, as my slightly informed friend below has indicated. There are other ingredients that are also antibacterial, but ethanol is generally the most popular. However, the key ingredient in rubbing alcohol is isopropyl alcohol. This is not the same thing as ethanol, though it has many of the same properties.
Isopropyl kills most bacteria and viruses, just like ethanol, but can be far more harmful if ingested. Hand sanitizer is far better for your hands, as far as Skin Care goes. You should not use rubbing alcohol in large quantities at home. Just use it for disinfecting small wounds or small areas of skin.
there is no diff. they both have the key ingredient ethanol, and do the same thing. they can help with taking bacteria off of your hands. = Answer = The hand sanitizer would be WAY more gentle on the hands. (and will do the same thing). I would rather smell like apples, cucumber ect than rubbing alchol. Thanks
Water contains no alcohol or oils, as rubbing alcohol does.
Isopropyl is rubbing alcohol -- same same.
No beneficial difference other than the odor.
Rubbing alcohol is isopropyl alcohol and quite toxic. Alcohol which is sold for human consumption is ethyl alcohol.
Rubbing alcohol contains the 3-carbon alcohol isopropanol. Ethanol contains the 2-carbon alcohol ethanol.
The principal flammable component is rubbing alcohol.
Rubbing alcohol usually works. You can use any kind of hand sanitizer, since it has a large amount of rubbing alcohol in it.
Rubbing Alcohol, is alcohol, with a type of alcohol without the watery substance. Hydrogen Peroxide is H2O2, which is water with an extra atom of Oxygen added into it.
Rubbing alchol- 0.79g/1ml Water- 1g/1ml There is a .21g difference per ml
I believe that it's alcohol (ethyl or rubbing- not sure which).
the difference between water and rubbing alchol is.................. water is a chemical substance formed compositon of oxygen and hydrogen and alchol is i really do not know and dont care
Probably Rubbing Alcohol or Listerine... OR OR Absenth
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.
Take either hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol and put it on the stain. Rub it in.
Difference In Grain and Rubbing AlcoholIf memory serves me correctly, grain alcohol is derived from the fermentation of various grains, with the most common being from corn, and it's safe to consume. On the other hand, rubbing alcohol contains isopropyl alcohol (which is a chemically made alcohol), and usually contains additional water and sometimes glycerine, and isn't intended to be substituted for either grain or wood alcohol. To drink it would make one very ill and may even be lethal, or cause blindness. In other words grain alcohol is not equal to rubbing alcohol. period.steph says no.
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).
They're the same (isopropyl alcohol), generally speaking. Although there might be another "alcohol" compound that also goes by the name "rubbing alcohol".
No, rubbing alcohol has oil and isopropyl alcohol in it.
No - the alcohol in hand sanitizer is very weak - just enough to make the fluid evaporate quickly after use. The alcohol would evaporate much quicker than your body could ever absorb it into your skin.
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.
Basically you get weaker rubbing alcohol. Rubbing alcohol is already a mixture of water and isopropyl alcohol.
Do NOT Drink Rubbing Alcohol It can cause blindness. Rubbing alcohol is "isopropyl" alcohol, not the same chemical as grain alcohol, ("ethyl" alcohol). Don't drink it! Rubbing alcohol is POISONOUS to drink!
It is a mixture of denatured alcohol, water and agents added to make the alcohol unpalatable to drink and sometimes colorants. There are two common types of rubbing alcohol, Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol and Ethyl Alcohol Rubbing Alcohol.
No, rubbing alcohol is very flammable.