otherwise known as Isopropyl alcohol
What is it used for?
Isopropyl Alcohol is used to commonly clean cuts, when it's used in Rubbing Alcohol. But that's not all! It can also be used to heal bug bites, relax sore muscles, and remove the stickiness after you take off a sticker! It is a colorless, odorless liquid, and it is highly flammable.
The Molecular Structure of Isopropyl Alcohol
The chemical formula is as follows: C3H8O. 3 Carbon, 8 Hydrogen, and 1 oxygen. As you can see in the picture located above, the molecular formula is very simple and clean cut.
Types of Isopropyl Alcohol
In a bottle
This can be used as a solvent, to mix with other things to kill off bacteria and such.
These wipes can be used to clean off infected wounds/cuts.
This is just a bottle of common rubbing alcohol, which includes about 70% isopropyl alcohol.
How does the Bible tie into this?
Luke 13:21 The leaven which a woman took and hid in three measure of meal, till the whole was leavened. The Bible talks about chemical reactions and how the leaven was added until the chemicals had a reaction going, and then the loaf rose.
History of Isopropyl alcohol
There is no clear source of who invented rubbing alcohol, but it dates back to ancient times, and they used it for mainly medicinal purposes.