a colorless, flammable, water-soluble liquid, C 3 H 8 O, produced from propylene by the action of sulfuric acid and hydrolysis: used chiefly in the manufacture of antifreeze and rubbing alcohol and as a solvent.
isopropyl alcohol i·so·pro·pyl alcohol (ī’sə-prō’pəl)
A clear, colorless, flammable, mobile liquid used in antifreeze compounds, in lotions and cosmetics, and as a solvent for gums, shellac, and essential oils.
A clear, colorless, flammable, mobile liquid that is one of the two isomers of propyl alcohol. It is used in antifreeze compounds, rubbing alcohol, lotions, and cosmetics, and also as a solvent for gums, shellac, and essential oils. Chemical formula: C3H8O.
[ahy-suh-proh-pil-ben-zeen, -ben-zeen] /ˌaɪ səˌproʊ pɪlˈbɛn zin, -bɛnˈzin/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .
noun, Chemistry. 1. a colorless, volatile, flammable, slightly water-soluble liquid, C 6 H 14 O, used chiefly as a solvent for waxes, fats, and resins.
noun, Chemistry. 1. the univalent group C 3 H 7 , an isomer of the propyl group.
[ahy-suh-proh-pil-i-deen-as-i-tohn] /ˌaɪ sə proʊˌpɪl ɪ dinˈæs ɪˌtoʊn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .