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Reagent Alcohol is a very important General Use Formula. Reagent Alcohol is made by adding 5 parts by volume (i.e. gallons), of IPA to 95 parts of by volume SDA 3A Alcohol. SDA 3A is 100 parts pure Ethanol mixed with 5 parts of pure Methanol. Therefore, Reagent Alcohol is an SDA-3A derivative, or put another way Reagent Alcohol is a "Denatured SDA-3A." The actual percentages by weight and volume of Ethanol-Methanol-IPA are not exactly 90-5-5 due to the nature of the blend as if often misunderstood (90.25% Ethanol, 4.75% Methanol & 5% IPA by volume). Reagent Alcohol has one of the lowest levels of denaturant of all the General Use Formulas. It is also one of the few formulas that does not contain MIBK or Ethyl Acetate. It is among the cleanest and purest of the General Use Formulas as it is the "all alcohol, denatured Ethanol". By using Reagent Grades of Methanol and IPA, Reagent Alcohol can be made for UV and LC suitability. Due to the low level of denaturants, the high purity of the ... more
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The sale of ethyl alcohol is regulated by the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Agency. The ATF wants to be sure that one is not purchasing ethanol for lab use and diverting it to beverage use without paying the tax. It is possible to purchase pure ethyl alcohol, but there are severe record keeping and tax restrictions. In order to avoid the taxes and/or record keeping, the ATF authorizes the use of denatured alcohol for laboratory use. Denatured alcohol is ethanol with something added to make it undrinkable. Denatured alcohol is also referred to as "SD" alcohol (for specially denatured). The purest of the denaturing formulas is SD3A, which is 95% ethanol with 5% methanol. SD3A is authorized for manufacturing use at facilities that are licensed for its use. It may not be sold to the general public. The purest authorized denaturing formula that may legally sold to the public is reagent alcohol, which is 95% SD3A with 5% isopropanol. more
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Reagent Alcohol is a very important General Use Formula. Reagent Alcohol is made by adding 5 parts by volume (i.e. gallons), of IPA to 95 parts of by volume SDA 3A Alcohol. SDA 3A is 100 parts pure Ethanol mixed with 5 parts of pure Methanol. Therefore, Reagent Alcohol is an SDA-3a derivative, or put another way Reagent Alcohol is a Denatured SDA-3A." The actual percentages by weight and volume of Ethanol-Methanol-IPA are not exactly 90-5-5 due to the nature of the blend (as if often misunderstood (90.25% Ethanol, 4.75% Methanol & 5% IPA by volume). Reagent Alcohol has one of the lowest levels of denaturant of all the General Use Formulas. It is also one of the few formulas that does not contain MIBK or Ethyl Acetate. It is among the cleanest and purest of the General Use Formulas as it is the all alcohol, denatured Ethanol." By using Reagent Grades of Methanol and IPA, Reagent Alcohol can be made for UV and LC suitability. more
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