Is rubbing alcohol an acid or a base?

Answer Rubbing alcohol, or isopropyl alcohol, is neither an acid nor a base. This is because it has a neutral pH. A solution with a pH higher than 7 is a base (alkaline). A solution with a pH lower than 7... Read More »

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Is rubbing alcohol a base or an acid?

A substance is acidic or alkaline (basic) based on its pH. The pH scale runs from 0 to 14; 7 is neutral. A pH is less than 7 means acidic--more than 7, alkaline (basic). Rubbing alcohol is neith... Read More »

How much acid is in rubbing alcohol?

Rubbing alcohol consists of 70 percent isopropyl alcohol and 30 percent water. It is flammable and dangerous if swallowed. Rubbing alcohol does not contain acid. It is used is treat muscle aches an... Read More »

What's the difference between green rubbing alcohol vs white rubbing alcohol?

Is rubbing alcohol the same as isopropyl alcohol?

Rubbing alcohol is the same form of alcohol as isopropyl alcohol, synthetically produced and diluted with 30 percent water. Isopropyl alcoholic is a form of denatured alcohol, different than that u... Read More »