for molecular biology
1.59 (vs air)
DNA extraction: suitable
RNA extraction: suitable
7.0 (20 °C, 10 g/L)
0.789 g/mL at 20 °C
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No. Product number E7023 is a nondenatured ethanol.
Yes. This is a molecular biology grade product and is tested for the RNase and Dnase.
Yes. This product is tested for use in RNA extraction.
Yes. This product is 200 proof, absolute ethanol. To determine the percentage of ethanol you can divide the proof number by 2. Consequently, this product is 100% ethanol.
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