# What is the volume of isopropyl alcohol?

## What is the volume of isopropyl alcohol?

For example, when you buy isopropanol at the store (rubbing alcohol), you’ll notice that it says 70% (vv), which means by volume. This tells you that the solution is 70% isopropanol. So, returning to our rubbing alcohol, 70% (vv) means that for every 100 mL of solution, there are 70 mL of the solute, isopropanol.

What is the molarity of isopropyl alcohol?

The Molar Mass of isopropyl alcohol is 60.09 g/mol.

What is the percent by volume of isopropanol in a 90ml?

1 Expert Answer % by volume means how much volume out of 100 ml is the isopropanol. So, you have 90 mls of total solution, and of that, 25 mls is isopropanol. The % by volume = 25 ml/90 ml (x100%) = 27.8% by volume.

### How do you calculate volume from volume percent?

Calculating Percent Volume/Volume (% v/v)

1. A percent v/v solution is calculated by the following formula using the milliliter as the base measure of volume (v):
2. % v/v = mL of solute/100 mL of solution.
3. Example:
4. X % = 5.0 mL HCl/100 mL of solution.
5. X/100 = 5.0/100.
6. 100X = 500.
7. X = 5.0% % v/v.

How would you prepare 250 mL of 70 V V of rubbing alcohol?

You would add enough water to 175 mL of rubbing alcohol to make a total of 250 mL of solution.

What is the percent by Volumeof isopropanol in a 90ml solution that contains 25ml isopropanol?

27.8%
1 Expert Answer % by volume means how much volume out of 100 ml is the isopropanol. So, you have 90 mls of total solution, and of that, 25 mls is isopropanol. The % by volume = 25 ml/90 ml (x100%) = 27.8% by volume.

## How do you make 70 ethyl alcohol?

For example, to make 70% ethanol from 95% ethanol, take 70 mL of 95% ethanol and add enough water to bring the volume to 95 mL. You will then have 95 mL of 70% ethanol. This works for any dilution and all that is required is a large enough graduated cylinder.

Is molar concentration the same as molarity?

Molarity is defined as the moles of a solute per liters of a solution. Molarity is also known as the molar concentration of a solution.