Riedel-de Haën 179337-2L

Riedel-de Haën 179337-2L

ALCOHOL METHYL 99.8% 2 L 32.04 G/MOL LIQ

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Riedel-de Haën 179337-2L

Methanol is an organic solvent that can be synthesized from syngas in the presence of CuO/ZnO/Al2O3 catalysts. It is an ideal candidate as a hydrogen source in fuel cell technology due to its high H/C ratio, low propensity for soot generation, relatively low reforming temperature and as it exists in liquid state at room temperature. In a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC), methanol undergoes oxidation with air to generate electricity. The olefins (ethylene or propylene) formed from methanol via MTO (methanol-to-olefins) process, can be an alternative to oil and gas to produce hydrocarbon fuels. Methanol undergoes thermochemical conversion to C2-C10 hydrocarbons in the presence of shape-selective zeolites has been reported. Its oxidation on Ru-Pt catalyst system by ruthenium ad-atoms has been proposed.

  • Standard/Approvals: Meets ACS Specifications, Hazard Class 3
  • Application: For used in the isolation and quantitative determination of carotenes and xanthophylls from Capsicum annum pericarp extracts by HPLC
  • Riedel-de Haën Methyl Alcohol, 99.8% Concentration, 32.04 g/mol Molecular Weight, Chemical Formula: CH3OH, 2 L, Composition: 99.80% Assay (GC), 0.001% Non-Volatile Matter, 0.1% Water (Karl Fischer), 0.0003 meq/g Titrable Acid, 0.0002 meq/g Titrable Base, 0.001% Acetone (GC), 0.001% Formaldehyde, 0.001% Acetaldehyde, Max 10 APHA, 11 deg C Flash, Liquid Form, Clear

    Chemical Formula      :      CH3OH
    Flash Point      :      11 deg C
    Form      :      Liquid
    Container Size      :      2 L
    Color      :      Clear
    Composition      :      99.80% Assay (GC), 0.001% Non-Volatile Matter, 0.1% Water (Karl Fischer), 0.0003 meq/g Titrable Acid, 0.0002 meq/g Titrable Base, 0.001% Acetone (GC), 0.001% Formaldehyde, 0.001% Acetaldehyde, Max 10 APHA
    Concentration      :      99.8%
    Molecular Weight      :      32.04 g/mol