Methanol ACS Reagent Grade
An Exemplar of Purity and Precision:
Methanol ACS Reagent Grade stands out for its exceptional purity and consistency, meeting the stringent standards set by the American Chemical Society (ACS) for laboratory and analytical applications.
This high-purity alcohol, with the molecular formula CH3OH, is characterized by its low impurity profile and consistent performance, essential for sensitive and accurate laboratory procedures.
Appearance and Purity:
It presents as a clear, colorless liquid, free from any visible impurities, with a faint alcoholic odor, indicating its high level of refinement.
Quality and Specifications:
Methanol ACS Reagent Grade meets rigorous ACS specifications, ensuring reliability and reproducibility in analytical and research applications.
Solubility and Reactivity:
With complete solubility in water, it’s highly reactive and an ideal solvent in a variety of chemical reactions and solvent applications.
It is particularly valued in laboratories, pharmaceuticals, and high-precision manufacturing processes, where quality and accuracy are paramount.
Laboratory and Analytical Use:
In laboratories, Methanol ACS Reagent Grade is used for chromatography, spectrophotometry, and as a solvent in organic synthesis.
In pharmaceuticals, its purity makes it suitable for manufacturing and research, ensuring product integrity and safety.
Its consistent quality is critical in the manufacturing of precise electronic and optical components.
Handling and Storage:
Despite its high purity, Methanol ACS Reagent Grade must be handled with care due to its toxicity and flammability.
Use of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and adherence to safety protocols are essential during handling and usage.
It should be stored in a cool, well-ventilated area, in tightly sealed containers to maintain its purity and prevent contamination.
Methanol ACS Reagent Grade is indispensable for precise and accurate chemical analysis and synthesis, where its purity and consistency play a pivotal role. Proper handling and storage practices are crucial for maintaining its integrity.