[Histonet] Reagent Alc or Denatured Alc ?

Walter Benton wbenton <@t> cua.md
Wed Jan 9 13:38:51 CST 2013

They are one in the same basically, meaning not fit for human consumption, by means of adding methanol or other impurity. Pure ethanol would require an alcohol license and inventory tracking since it is fit for human consumption.

Walter Benton HT(ASCP)QIHC
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wbenton <@t> cua.md
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Subject: [Histonet] Reagent Alc or Denatured Alc ?

What is the difference between the two ?

Thinking about switching to denatured becasue of cost costing.

Which do you prefer?

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