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  • n. The aliphatic alcohol 2-propanol; isopropyl alcohol

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  • n. alcohol used as antifreeze or a solvent


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iso- +‎ propanol


  • Otherwise, those pre-packaged medical wipes/swabs that are used for disinfection of wounds and injection sites are soaked in isopropanol as well, but they may not be 'wet' enough to be useful to you.

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  • We do know that there are some very nasty chemicals in fracking fluid, like formamide, a "reproductive toxicant" that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention says targets organs like the "eyes, skin, respiratory system, central nervous system, [and] reproductive system," and isopropanol which is a main ingredient in household glass cleaners.

    Kevin Grandia: Waxman and Markey's Hydraulic Fracking Smackdown

  • When this happened, ketone bodies acetone, acetoacetate and beta-hydroxybutyrate were produced, which could then be converted to a secondary alcohol known as isopropanol, said the lead researcher, Wayne Jones, who is also on Sweden’s National Board of Forensic Medicine. » Blame it on the Worcestershire sauce

  • I don't know how much/if 99% isopropanol will discolour anything.

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  • Yes folks, don't worry about us pumping isopropanol into the earth because it is also used in household glass cleaners - all very normal, nothing to worry about, nothing to see here folks.

    Kevin Grandia: What the Frack: is pumping glass cleaner into the earth okay?

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb said it was issuing the recall because some of the Coumadin tablets may not contain the appropriate level of isopropanol, a chemical used to maintain Coumadin in a crystallized state.

    Coumadin blood-thinner tablets recalled

  • According to a press release from Bristol-Myers Squibb, the amount of isopropanol in the tablets used to keep the active ingredient in the drug in a crystalline state could change over time and affect the therapeutic levels of the active ingredient.

    Blister packs of blood thinner Coumadin recalled

  • You can use isopropanol (2-propanol) like others have suggested, and a pharmacist should be able to sell 100% 2-propanol to you.

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  • It doesn't have to be isopropanol either - you could equally well use ethanol which you can obtain in the from pharmacists and also in the form of 'polish spirit'.

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  • Because of a sweet, ketotic odor in the room, tests of serum isopropyl alcohol (isopropanol) and acetone levels were ordered.



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