- Purity %: 99%
- Packaging Details: 2.5 litre Bottle
- Usage/Application: production of pharma API, synthetic resins, adhesives, dyes
- CAS No: 67-56-1
- Synonyms: methyl alcohol, CH3OH, Carbinol, MeOH
- Grade Standard: Lab LR Grade
- Usage: Laboratory
- Physical State: Liquid
- Chemical Formula: CH3OH
- Color: Colorless
- Formula Weight: 32.04 g/mol
Get Best price of 2.5litre Bottle of 99% Pure Methanol, CAS No. 67-56-1 , CH3OH. It is used as denaturant additive .For Certificate of analysis (COA) and material safety data sheet, kindly contact us.Introduction:
Methanol is the clear and colourless flammable liquid that comes with a characteristic odour. As a clean energy source, it finds the main usage in making of other chemicals. Further, it is also used in products like paints, explosives, plastics, plywood as well as in permanent press textiles. Further, its derivative Dimethyl Ether can also be blended with liquefied petroleum gas for home heating as well as for cooking applications. Features :
Methanol finds usage in meeting the demands of :
- Producing formaldehyde and automotive antifreeze
- In chemical synthesis applications including of Methyl – Chloride, Methylamines, Methyl Methacrylate
- Used for general solvents like as paint removers, surface coatings, inks and adhesives
- Used in aviation and Rocket Fuel
- Works as denaturant for Ethyl Alcohol and dehydrator for natural gas.
- used for production of pharma API's
- Used for synthetoc resis
- used in ahesives.
- This compound is also used as an antifreeze (an additive that is used to lower the freezing point of a liquid) in many pipelines.
Methanol has a high toxicity in humans. As little as 10 mL of pure methanol when drunk is metabolized into formic acid, which can cause permanent blindness by destruction of the optic nerve. 15 mL is potentially fatal. although the median lethal dose is typically 100 mL (3.4 fl oz) (i.e. 1–2 mL/kg body weight of pure methanol). Reference dose for methanol is 0.5 mg/kg/day. Ethanol is sometimes denatured (adulterated), and made poisonous, by the addition of methanol. Fire Fighting:
Use water spray, powder, alcohol-resistant foam, carbon dioxide. In case of fire: keep drums, etc., cool by spraying with water.Hazards Summary:
Methanol is released to the environment during industrial uses and naturally from volcanic gases, vegetation, and microbes. Exposure may occur from ambient air and during the use of solvents.Identification:
Clinical Laboratory Methods: A new method for rapid, direct determination of formate in blood serum samples by capillary electrophoresis with contactless conductometric detection is presented. A selective separation of formate was achieved in approximately 1 min using an electrolyte system comprising 10 mM L-histidine, 15 mM glutamic acid and 30 uM cetyltrimethylammonium bromide at pH 4.56. The only sample preparation was dilution (1:100) with deionized water.Methods of Manufacturing:
- By high-pressure catalytic synthesis from carbon monoxide and hydrogen; partial oxidation of natural gas hydrocarbons; several processes for making methanol by gasification of wood, peat, and lignite have been developed but have not yet proved out commercially; from methane with molybdenum catalyst
- All commercial methanol processes employ a synthesis loop. This configuration overcomes equilibrium conversion limitations at typical catalyst operating conditions.