Products

ACETONE 99.9%

Acetone is a liquid solvent that can break down and dissolve other substances. Companies include acetone in products such as nail polish remover, paint remover, and varnish remover. Some also use acetone to manufacture plastics, lacquers, and textiles.

Acetone 99.9% LM

Assay Parameter

Unit

Specification

Acidity

ueq/g

Max 0.300

Alkalinity

ueq/g

Max 0.500

Aldehydes

ppb (umg/g)

Max 10,000

Residue after Evaporation

ppb

Max 5000

 

Ammonia 25%

Ammonia also is effective at breaking down household grime or stains from animal fats or vegetable oils, such as cooking grease and wine stains. Because ammonia evaporates quickly, it is commonly used in glass cleaning solutions to help avoid streaking.

Technical Data

  • Vapor Pressure: 114.1 psi.
  • Formula: NH3.
  • Molecular Weight: 17.04.
  • Specific Volume: 22.7 ft³/Lb.
  • Boiling Point: - 28.2º F.

Dipropylene glycol

Dipropylene glycol finds many uses as a plasticizer, an intermediate in industrial chemical reactions, as a polymerization initiator or monomer, and as a solvent. Its low toxicity and solvent properties make it an ideal additive for perfumes and skin and hair care products.

Physicochemical Information

Density

1.023 g/cm3

Explosion limit

2.9 - 12.6 %(V)

Flash point

130 °C

Ignition temperature

310 °C DIN 51794

Ethanol 99.9

Absolute ethanol can be used in the production of pharmaceuticals and the production of disinfectants. It is a common API (active pharmaceutical ingredient). This absolute ethyl alcohol is the second most important solvent after water in laboratory use, and also commonly used for cleaning surfaces or making tinctures

CAS

64-17-5

Molecular Formula

C2H6O

IUPAC Name

ethanol

Molecular Weight (g/mol)

46.069

Formula Weight

46.07g/mol

Percent Purity

99.9% min