Anhydrous Ethanol

Anhydrous Ethanol

The Anhydrous Ethanol is the most concentrated form of pure ethanol, reaching 99.6% alcohol. This is the variation that is added to gasoline fuel as it increases its octane rating and reduce the emission of pollutants.

Benefits

Decreases emissions, increases the octane and maintain the engine.

Aplications

Industry in general paints and chemicals.

Common Use

Complement? In gasoline fuel.

Composition

Characteristics Unit Specification
Comercial Name Ethyl alcohol
Chemical Name Ethanol
Formula C2H5OH
Number Risk 33
Number ONU 1170
Molecular Weight g/mol 46,07
Color Incoloro
Odor Distinctive
Physical State Liquid
Aspect Transparent and Volatile
Density at 20 ° C g/mol 0.7890 to 0.7915
Alcohol Content ° GL %vol Minimum 99.3
Alcoholic Degree INPM %weight Minimum 99.57
Total Acidity mg/L Maximum 30
pH 5.5 to 7.7
Conductivity US/M <500

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