What Is a Solvent Based Cleaner?

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A solvent based cleaner is, as far as I know, the only kind of cleaner. It means that the chemicals in the cleaner are able to dissolve whatever is stuck on. There are different solvents for different things, but only a few available in household cleaners.
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Household solvent cleaners include rubbing alcohol, denatured alcohol, or dry
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it is water for the solventand drain detergent for the solute.
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I always start these questions by writing out what I know and what values I could possibly find. NaOH. V = 0.035L. C = ? n = HCl. V = 0.05L. C = 0.4M. n = We can see here that you
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Ethanol - even if purchased as water-free brand - tends to absorb water from the air. Mg reacts with the traces of water to form Mg(OH)₂ and H₂. Mg + 2 H₂O -->
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