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Anhydrous ethanol

Ethanol absolute refers to a high-purity ethanol aqueous solution, which is a mixture of ethanol and water. Generally, an ethanol solution with a concentration of 99.5% is called anhydrous ethanol. A mixture of ethanol and water, typically a 99.5% ethanol solution. Appearance and properties: Colorless liquid with a special aroma. Volatility: Volatile. Solubility: It is miscible with water in any ratio and can be miscible with most organic solvents such as ether, chloroform, glycerol, etc.

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Ethanol absolute refers to a high-purity ethanol aqueous solution, which is a mixture of ethanol and water. Generally, an ethanol solution with a concentration of 99.5% is called anhydrous ethanol. A mixture of ethanol and water, typically a 99.5% ethanol solution. Appearance and properties: Colorless liquid with a special aroma. Volatility: Volatile. Solubility: It is miscible with water in any ratio and can be miscible with most organic solvents such as ether, chloroform, glycerol, etc.

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