Alcohol Denat

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A form of ethanol that has additives to make it unsuitable for consumption. It is used in cosmetic and skincare products as a solvent to dissolve ingredients and as an astringent to clean the skin. It also helps in quick drying of the product upon application.

Solvent and astringent in cosmetics and fragrances, quick drying.

IUPAC Name: ethanol
CAS Number: 64-17-5
Molecular Formula: C2H6O
Molecular Weight: 46.07 g/mol
Boiling Point: 78.24 °C (173.3 °F)
Melting Point: -114.14 °C (-173.4 °F)
Class: Alcohol
Use/s: Solvent
1: ethanol 2: ethyl alcohol 3: alcohol 4: grain alcohol 5: Methylcarbinol 6: Ethyl hydrate 7: Tecsol 8: Ethyl hydroxide 9: Algrain
Chemist Says
Ethanol with a small amount of an adulterant added so as to be unfit for use as a beverage.
Scent: Ethereal, Vinous
Scent profile
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1: Pleasant

Alcohol Denat Mass Spectrometry