Alcool isopropylique en solution aqueuse 70%

 

Identification

Description


Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • Alcool isopropylique 70%
  • Alcool isopropylique en solution aqueuse 70%
  • Isopropanol 70%
  • Isopropanol en solution 70%
  • Isopropanol en solution aqueuse 70%

Noms anglais :

  • 70% Aqueous solution of isopropyl alcohol
  • Isopropanol mixture, PM-3997
  • Isopropyl alcohol 70%
  • Rubbing alcohol
Composition
Nom de l'ingrédient No CAS Concentration
Alcool isopropylique 67-63-0 70,0   % P/P
Eau 7732-18-5 30,0   % P/P

Utilisation et sources d'émission

L'alcool isopropylique 70% est principalement utilisé comme agent désinfectant.

Références

Autres sources d'information

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  • Ludwig, E. et Hausen, B.M., «Sensitivity to isopropyl alcohol.» Contact Dermatitis. Vol. 3, no. 5, p. 240-244. (1977). [AP-022343]
  • Nelson, B.K. et al., «Teratogenicity of n-propanol and isopropanol administered at high inhalation concentrations to rats.» Food and Chemical Toxicology. Vol. 26, no. 3, p. 247-254. (1988). [AP-021310]
  • CENTRAL SCIENTIFIC COMPANY, ALCOOL ISOPROPYLIQUE 70%, 1987, (MSDS INFORMATION HANDLING SERVICES 2003-001 A-09)
  • SHELL OIL CO., ALCOOL ISOPROPYLIQUE 70%, 1986, (MSDS INFORMATION HANDLING SERVICES 7900-764 A-01)
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