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Glass, 100 percent pure water, and light.
100 per cent!
The question is best solved using basic algebra. You need 20 gallons of 32% alcohol. This will contain 0.32*20 = 6.4 gallons of pure alcohol. Now suppose you have X gallons of 25% alcohol in the mixture. That contains 0.25X gallons of pure alcohol. Also, since you have 20 gallons in total, you must have 20-X gallons of the 35% alcohol. This will contain 0.35*(20-X) = 7 - 0.35X gallons of pure alcohol. Then, the total amount of pure alcohol is 0.25X + 7 - 0.35X = 7 - 0.1X gallons. So you have 7 - 0.1X = 6.4 or 0.6 = 0.1X or X = 6. So the answer is 6 gallons of 25% alcohol and 14 gallons of the stronger stuff!
Pure alcohol is far more dangerous than adulterated alcohol because pure alcohol has one hundred percent alcohol in comparison to aldulterated alcohol which is less than 100 percent.
You mix the pure alcohol with something else, for example, water.
100% pure ethanol is 200 proof. vodka is distilled until it is almost totally pure alcohol and then cut with water to give it its final alcohol content and unique flavour, depending on the source of the water.absolute alcohol n.Ethyl alcohol containing no more than one percent water.Chemists may buy absolute (200 proof, 100% pure) ethanol, and though absolute vodka is nowhere near 200 proof, I assume that's where they got the name from
5% of 355 ml = 5/100 × 355 ml = 17.75 ml of alcohol (= 1.775 units of alcohol, 1 unit = 10 ml)
Tropicana is advertised as 100 percent pure and no additives or preservative added. Other juices that are advertised as 100 percent pure are Cranberry juice and Pomegreat juice.
50% alcohol Proof ÷ 2 = % alcohol
By distillation, though 100% pure is not attainable.
100% alcohol is more effective because of the more alcohol concentration in the drink.
Yes, as long as a substance is 100% (purity), it is considered as a pure substance. But logically, there is no such thing as a pure substance.
Percale is a treatment for cotton. Your phrase 100 percent indicates the composition of cotton is 100 percent.